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BigNick 10-05-04 17:34

NVTL - Novatel Wireless, Inc. (NASDAQ:NVTL) Ha chiuso il gap !
 
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:clap:

BigNick 10-05-04 20:44

nessuno mi fà compagnia ?
 
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chiuso il gap, sembra recuperare bene..

Leone70 10-05-04 20:51

Re: nessuno mi fà compagnia ?
 
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Scritto da BigNick
chiuso il gap, sembra recuperare bene..
Molti titoli chiudono i gap,il titolo è ottimo anche secondo me vedrai fra qualche giorno....

Leone70 10-05-04 20:56

Re: Re: nessuno mi fà compagnia ?
 
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Scritto da Leone70
Molti titoli chiudono i gap,il titolo è ottimo anche secondo me vedrai fra qualche giorno....

Scusa,scusa questo titolo non lo conosco ho confuso con NGPS

BigNick 10-05-04 20:58

Re: Re: nessuno mi fà compagnia ?
 
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Scritto da Leone70
Molti titoli chiudono i gap,il titolo è ottimo anche secondo me vedrai fra qualche giorno....
cosa vedrò ? :eek:

BigNick 10-05-04 21:00

Citazione:

Scritto da Luciano
occhio BIG se sei in guadagno la mollerei



porca bestia ma ti piacciono i coltelli che cadono?



stai attento


a quanto sei dentro?


ciao

12,71

come faccio a sapere se mi piacciono, non so nemmeno che minckia sono i coltelli che cadono !:D

BigNick 10-05-04 21:21

Shares of Novatel Wireless (NVTL:Nasdaq - commentary - research) fell after Banc of America Securities started coverage on the stock with a neutral rating. After serving as lead underwriter for Novatel's stock offering about six weeks ago, Banc of America initiated coverage of the stock with a neutral rating that sent investors heading to the exits. Shares of Novatel were recently trading down $2.47, or 16.4%, to $12.57.

BigNick 11-05-04 12:21

x trasparente
 
qui trovi tutto:

http://www.novatelwireless.com/welcome.html

http://www.novatelwireless.com/company/index.html

http://investor.novatelwireless.com/

http://investor.novatelwireless.com/releases.cfm

Company Overview
Novatel Wireless, Inc. is a leader in wireless Internet solutions, headquartered in San Diego, California. The company was founded in 1996 with specific expertise in TCP/IP based technologies such as Cellular Digital Packet Data. Novatel Wireless offers a broad product line that provides secure, reliable, wireless data communications.

Product Offering
Novatel Wireless develops wireless system solutions for mobile and fixed environments. The company's products are wireless WAN modems and are grouped into 5 product categories including the Minstrel® Family of Wireless Palmtop Modems, Merlin™ Wireless PC Cards, Sage® Wireless Serial Modems, Lancer 3W™ Wireless 3 Watt Modems and Expedite™ Family of Wireless Embedded Modules. These products enable wireless access to the Internet, email, and corporate LANs as well as providing enabling technology for vertical applications such as POS, ATM, AVL, Telemetry and other applications requiring wide-area networking. All of these products are based on the CDPD wireless WAN network that provides secure data communications at 19.2 kbps. The company is also developing products for the Ricochet, GPRS and CDMA 2000 wireless technologies.

Target
Novatel Wireless' diverse audience includes business professionals and consumers needing wireless data communications in both fixed and mobile environments. The company serves the enterprise and consumer markets with wireless modems for laptops and palmtops, as well as select vertical markets with machine to machine communications in the areas of telemetry, point-of-sale and automatic vehicle location, to name a few.

Strategic Partners
Novatel Wireless has forged alliances with industry-leading wireless service providers such as AT&T Wireless and Verizon Wireless, hardware manufacturers such as Hewlett-Packard, Palm Computing, and Symbol Technologies, as well as wireless technology companies such as Qualcomm. The company is pooling its collective strengths to develop wireless computing devices that will completely change the way people live and work in the next decade.

Channel Partners
Novatel Wireless products are sold through a mix of traditional computing channel partners including D&H, Global Wireless Data and Ingram Micro, cellular providers such as Verizon Wireless, and VARs and systems integrators such as Aether Systems and GoAmerica Communications.

Direction for the Future
Novatel Wireless is uniquely poised to take advantage of the burgeoning wireless data market. The company has spent the past few years building a reputation for innovative products that serve a broad audience. On the road ahead, Novatel Wireless intends to stay ahead of the curve by continuing to form alliances with industry-leading partners, diversifying their product offerings and supporting the latest wireless technologies.

BigNick 11-05-04 12:33

in pratica...
 
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credo che il business sia quello dei modem wireless, implementati nei vari palmari ad esempio Palm,Handspring,IBM,HP

http://www.novatelwireless.com/palmtop/index.html



e le schede Wireless PC Card Modem gsm,gprs

http://www.novatelwireless.com/pcproducts/index.html

ciao

BigNick 12-05-04 22:36

oggi mi ha fatto penare..
 
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ma ha chiuso davvero alla grande !!:) :)

il grafico si fà interessante..

BigNick 14-05-04 14:15

agg grafico
 
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ieri si è riportata con forza sopra la media 100,

mi sa che oggi storna, speriam di no :rolleyes:

BigNick 14-05-04 15:57

Coverage initiated on Novatel Wireless by JP Morgan
 
Coverage initiated on Novatel Wireless by JP Morgan
Fri 6:44am - Briefing.com

14-May-04 JP Morgan Initiated Overweight

ecco adesso c'è da preoccuparsi:D

BigNick 18-05-04 14:53

Novatel Wireless Announces New Orders for Over $7 Million of Market Leading Merlin UM
 
bel colpo ! :clap: :clap:
:)

Novatel Wireless Announces New Orders for Over $7 Million of Market Leading Merlin UMTS PC Card
Tuesday, May 18, 2004 08:15 AM ET Printer-friendly version

New UMTS PC Card in Development for North America
SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 18, 2004--Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq: NVTL, news), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today announced the receipt of over $7 million in new orders from existing customers for Merlin U530™ Wireless PC Card Modems. These orders are all scheduled for delivery in 2004. Additionally, Novatel Wireless today announced the development for trial of a Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS) wireless PC Card modem for the 1900 MHz band in North America.




To date, seven operators -- Hutchinson's 3, E-Plus, O2, Telecom Italia Mobile, Telefonica Moviles Espana, and T-Mobile -- have announced selection of the Merlin U530™ to support the commercial roll-out of high speed data services on 3G UMTS networks in Australia, Austria, Denmark, Germany, Italy, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. Shipments of the Merlin U530 began in late December and to date, Novatel Wireless has received orders totaling over $57 million.

The market leading Merlin U530, jointly developed with Lucent Technologies, is a high speed wide area PC Card for laptops designed to enable mobile users to access email, the Internet and corporate databases over Global System for Mobile Communication (GSM), General Packet Radio Services (GPRS) and Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS) networks in Asia, Australia and Europe.

By inserting the Merlin U530 into a laptop computer and installing the accompanying modem manager software, subscribers on 3G UMTS networks in Asia, Australia and Europe will be able to stream audio and video content, send and receive email, browse the Internet, and download large attachments such as photos, presentations, and spreadsheets at speeds of up to 384 kilobits per second. Compatible with virtual private networks (VPN), the Merlin U530 enables secure wireless access to important corporate applications and files stored behind firewalls. The combined solution allows business professionals to access crucial information, stay in touch with clients and remain productive while away from the office, ultimately providing them with a critical competitive advantage.

"We believe these new orders offer evidence of increasing demand and an expanding market for our UMTS products," said Peter Leparulo, chief executive officer of Novatel Wireless. "In addition, we are excited about our new UMTS development effort which will further expand our broadband offerings to address the needs of mobile operators in North America."

BigNick 18-05-04 21:50

trovato su yahoo
 
ma non ho conferma:

11:02 Notable Mentions: NVTL, GLYN

SG Cowen initiates Novatel Wireless (NVTL 16.74 +0.94) as revenue growth is about to hit a major inflection point. The firm estimates revs will grow at a 113% CAGR from 03-05 as multiple customers in Europe and the US roll out 3G high-speed data services. The firm believes that Novatel is currently the only PC-card vendor with a product available for both of the mass-market 3G technologies (EV-DO and WCDMA). The firm believes the stock can trade at a premium to its peer group average, which is reasonable for a co with high growth prospects, a lead on the competition and increasing returns on capital. Upcoming catalysts include potential new customer announcements, early indications of success from European 3G operators and Verizon's rollout of its 3G network in 2H:04

c'è qualcuno che puo' confermare ?

BigNick 20-05-04 12:01

grafico weekly
 
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pare bello...

nessuno segue il titolo ?

ffaiper 20-05-04 12:07

Re: grafico weekly
 
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pare bello...

nessuno segue il titolo ?


volevo entrare a chiusura gap,,,ma non mi fidavo eravamo appesi ad un filo,,,ora siamo appesi al filo di un ********,,ma è meglio:p :p :p

se il nasqad fa ********* ,,,a 18 forse arriva,,ma se gira tientela e punta per i 20 almenoOK! OK!

BigNick 25-05-04 09:41

UMTS e NVTL
 
Tim e Vodafone, scatta l'ora dell'Umts
(5/25/2004 8:42:40 AM)

L'Italia è il primo paese europeo dove decolla a pieno regime la nuova tecnologia per la comunicazione veloce dei dati (Umts). Da oggi anche Tim e Vodafone, i due principali operatori di telefonia mobile italiana, sono attivi per la vendita dei videotelefonini aggiungendosi al pioniere "3". Marco De Benedetti, ad Tim, si è detto soddisfatto del lancio del prodotto e ha reso noto che sono già pervenuti più di 450 mila ordini di telefonini di terza generazione.

http://investor.novatelwireless.com/...leaseID=129325

Lucent Technologies and Novatel Wireless to Supply Telecom Italia Mobile With UMTS PC Cards to Support 3G High-Speed Data Services
CANNES, France, Feb. 23 -- Lucent Technologies LU and Novatel Wireless, Inc. NVTL today announced that they will provide Telecom Italia Mobile (TIM) with their jointly developed third-generation (3G) Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS) PC modem cards.

These cards will enable TIM to offer enhanced high-speed mobile data services on the operator's 3G UMTS network in Italy, and also support connections on existing GPRS infrastructure. Targeted primarily at enterprise users, these cards will enable high-quality data connections, mobile access to e-mail with large attachments -- and other information stored behind corporate firewalls -- at data transmission speeds of up to 384 kilobits per second.

In addition to the Merlin U530™ cards, Lucent and Novatel Wireless will supply TIM with the system software and services needed to support the commercial rollout of service to TIM's customers. Lucent Worldwide Services also will be providing installation and maintenance support for the commercial roll out.

By plugging the PC cards into a laptop and installing the necessary client software, end-users will be able to access TIM's UMTS network.

"TIM is one of the key European market leaders committed to the introduction of advanced wireless services," said David Poticny, president, Lucent Technologies Europe. "We are proud to support TIM in their effort to provide customers with 3G high-speed-data and multimedia services. The agreement signed by Lucent Technologies and TIM follows Lucent's joint UMTS pilot networks deployments with operators in Europe that have demonstrated the readiness of Lucent's UMTS offer and the benefits of 3G mobile high-speed data services for end users.

"Enterprises involved in the trials have said this technology increases employee productivity outside of the office and face-to-face time with customers," Poticny added.

Lucent and Novatel Wireless are demonstrating 3G UMTS services using the Merlin U530 cards and Lucent's end-to-end UMTS infrastructure in Lucent's booth (Booth A16, Hall 1) at the 3GSM World Congress 2004, taking place from Feb. 23 - 26 at the Palais des Festivals in Cannes, France.

BigNick 26-05-04 21:49

altro bel colpo
 
CINGULAR WIRELESS SELECTS LUCENT TECHNOLOGIES FOR 3G UMTS TRIAL NETWORK IN ATLANTA

Network to Support Voice, High-Speed Data and Multimedia Services; Trial Includes Testing of HSDPA

FOR RELEASE: WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 2004

ATLANTA, GA and MURRAY HILL, NJ - Cingular Wireless and Lucent Technologies (NYSE: LU) announced today that Lucent has been selected to deploy a third-generation (3G) UMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunications System) trial network in the Atlanta market. The trial, which will be supporting internal users this summer, will allow Cingular to evaluate mobile voice, high-speed data and multimedia services.

The UMTS network will operate in Cingular Wireless' 1900 MHz spectrum, and will include testing of High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA), a technology that will ultimately support data speeds of up to 14.4 Megabits per second (Mbps). The network also will be designed to support voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) services in the future.

With this network, Cingular Wireless will be able to provide services such as high-speed downloads of film trailers, and video clips of sporting and entertainment events; mobile access to e-mail (including large attachments); and the ability to locate nearby services such as ATMs, restaurants or movie theaters.

Additionally, this network deployment will allow Cingular to demonstrate technology that will enable businesses to provide their employees -- such as field service and sales personnel -- with high-speed mobile access to their corporate networks and all the business applications they normally use in the office.

"This trial offers us an ideal opportunity to evaluate the capabilities and range of services that we can offer to our customers using UMTS and HSDPA technology, and overcome technical challenges before pursuing broader deployments," said Kris Rinne, Acting Chief Technical Officer of Cingular Wireless.

"Over the past few years, we've seen an increased demand for the kinds of advanced voice and data services that Cingular will be evaluating in the Atlanta trial," said Cindy Christy, president, Mobility Solutions, Lucent Technologies. "Lucent remains deeply committed to delivering the highest-quality UMTS and HSDPA solutions, and we're excited to be Cingular's vendor of choice as they undertake this trial."

Lucent will supply Cingular Wireless with an end-to-end mobile network based on 3G UMTS technology, including the Merlin(TM) U520 UMTS Wireless PC Modem Cards - jointly developed by Lucent and Novatel Wireless -- which support high-speed data connections on laptops, PDAs and other mobile devices at speeds of up to 384 kilobits per second.

Lucent's UMTS solution can support HSDPA with a software-only upgrade to its existing equipment. Lucent's Bell Labs first demonstrated HSDPA technology at the CTIA Wireless trade show in March 2003 and has played a leading role in the development of the HSDPA standard.

About Cingular Wireless

Cingular Wireless, a joint venture between SBC Communications (NYSE - SBC) and BellSouth (NYSE - BLS), serves more than 25 million voice and data customers across the United States. A leader in mobile voice and data communications, Cingular is the only U.S. wireless carrier to offer Rollover(SM), the wireless plan that lets customers keep their unused monthly minutes. Cingular has launched the world's first commercial deployment of wireless services using Enhanced Data rates for GSM Evolution (EDGE) technology. Cingular provides cellular/PCS service in 43 of the top 50 markets nationwide, and provides corporate e-mail and other advanced data services through its GPRS, EDGE and Mobitex packet data networks. Details of the company are available at www.cingular.com.

About Lucent Technologies

Lucent Technologies, headquartered in Murray Hill, N.J., USA, designs and delivers networks for the world's largest communications service providers. Backed by Bell Labs research and development, Lucent relies on its strengths in mobility, optical, data and voice networking technologies as well as software and services to develop next-generation networks. The company's systems, services and software are designed to help customers quickly deploy and better manage their networks and create new, revenue-generating services that help businesses and consumers. For more information on Lucent Technologies, visit its Web site at http://www.lucent.com.

BigNick 27-05-04 20:39

la ragazza oggi tira il fiato
 
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un saluto a Dagowew che ho visto che segue il titolo, e uno Max che cazzeggia su altri lidi :D

come la vedete ?

ciao

BigNick

MaxVaro 27-05-04 21:39

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Ciao Big
Impostazione ottima, e non lo scopro certo io..... ;)

Okkio a cosa combina in area 20, c'è una bella resistenza e gli oscillatori sono abbastanza tirati, specie lo stocastico

Se corregge mi pare buona area 16 x piazzarsi o incrementare

Non posso tirare righe x ora: il browser va come una lumaca..... :mad:

BigNick 27-05-04 22:24

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Ciao Big
Impostazione ottima, e non lo scopro certo io..... ;)

Okkio a cosa combina in area 20, c'è una bella resistenza e gli oscillatori sono abbastanza tirati, specie lo stocastico

Se corregge mi pare buona area 16 x piazzarsi o incrementare

Non posso tirare righe x ora: il browser va come una lumaca..... :mad:

e bravo Max, spero non succeda ma se va a 16 incremento :D
buon recupero nel finale

guardati questo canaletto,

dagoweb 27-05-04 22:28

Non posso che confermare quanto, ben riportato, da Maxvaro.

Aggiungerei solo :
per chi la trada sui fondamentali, in un ottica di lungo periodo (2-3 anni almeno), credo che avra' ottimi ritorni, visto gli accordi commerciali che ha sottoscritto ;
chi invece la trada sul breve, attenzione che continua ad essere maledettamente volatile ( ecco perche' avevo segnalato un prezzo di uscita in caso di ritracciamento ).

Saluti ricambiati.

BigNick 28-05-04 21:57

uscito
 
preferisco non lasciare per questo lungo week end

e comunque un 38,57% e' sempre cosa buona portarlo a casa

BigNick 16-08-04 16:18

Ritorno a interessarmi della ragazza
 
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oggi sono rientrato, posto grafichino per rinfrescare la memoria, Ffaiper Okkrim per cortesia avete voglia di dirmi la vostra ?

grazie

BigNick

BigNick 16-08-04 20:26

qui la trend si vede meglio...
 
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rinnovo l'invito, c'è nessuno che mi dice cosa ne pensa ? vedo che oltre a Okkrim e Ffaiper c'è in giro anche Anima Buona Max, Dagoweb la segui ancora ?

okkrim 16-08-04 21:09

Re: qui la trend si vede meglio...
 
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rinnovo l'invito, c'è nessuno che mi dice cosa ne pensa ? vedo che oltre a Okkrim e Ffaiper c'è in giro anche Anima Buona Max, Dagoweb la segui ancora ?
Ciao Big ;)

io non sarei entrato...

ci vuole una candela bianca per dire adesso comprano...

qualke seduta fa diede un falso segnale buy ed oggi (a mio avviso) ha confermato il sell...

daccordo... e' sulla TL...

pero' manca sempre la candela bianca...

ti auguro comunque di uscirne bene...

;)

BigNick 16-08-04 21:35

Re: Re: qui la trend si vede meglio...
 
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Ciao Big ;)

io non sarei entrato...

ci vuole una candela bianca per dire adesso comprano...

qualke seduta fa diede un falso segnale buy ed oggi (a mio avviso) ha confermato il sell...

daccordo... e' sulla TL...

pero' manca sempre la candela bianca...

ti auguro comunque di uscirne bene...

;)

grazie Okkrim, a me piace anticipare e spesso ne pago le conseguenze :wall: , oggi sono entrato perchè dopo la notizia di venerd' a mercati chiusi cioè questa:

"..Novatel says executives to sell some shares
Friday August 13, 5:24 pm ET


LOS ANGELES, Aug 13 (Reuters) - Wireless data company Novatel Wireless Inc. (NasdaqNM:NVTL - News) on Friday said some of its executives have adopted written stock-trading plans.
Novatel said the maximum number of shares that could be sold is 1.25 million. Among the executives adopting plans were CEO Peter Leparulo and CFO Dan Halvorson.
"

..pensavo in un deciso ribasso, invece direi che ha tenuto abbastanza bene, attendo ancora qualche giorno, se non si muove la mollo

ciao

BigNick 18-08-04 22:21

Re: Re: qui la trend si vede meglio...
 
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Ciao Big ;)

io non sarei entrato...

ci vuole una candela bianca per dire adesso comprano...

;)

ciao okkrim, per adesso ho avuto fortuna ad anticipare (per adesso...), la candela è arrivata oggi, che ne dici ?

okkrim 18-08-04 22:37

Re: Re: Re: qui la trend si vede meglio...
 
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ciao okkrim, per adesso ho avuto fortuna ad anticipare (per adesso...), la candela è arrivata oggi, che ne dici ?
Ottimo Big OK!

direi ke questa candela e' un capolavoro :) :) ;)

BigNick 19-08-04 12:49

Re: Re: Re: Re: qui la trend si vede meglio...
 
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Ottimo Big OK!

direi ke questa candela e' un capolavoro :) :) ;)

sperem !

:D

BigNick 19-08-04 20:36

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: qui la trend si vede meglio...
 
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sperem !

:D

Uscito, tira una brutta aria, e comunque un bel 10% in pochi giorni lo porto a casa

mi sà che ci rientro comunque:)

dagoweb 23-08-04 10:55

Eccomi qua.
 
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Originalmente inviato da BigNick
rinnovo l'invito, c'è nessuno che mi dice cosa ne pensa ? vedo che oltre a Okkrim e Ffaiper c'è in giro anche Anima Buona Max, Dagoweb la segui ancora ?

E' sempre nella mia watchlist, ma non sto tradando perche' sto ancora cercando di capire dove diavolo va il Nasdaq :mmmm:
Comunque questo titolo e' uno di quelli che si difende meglio nei momenti di difficolta' ; ora e' arrivato ad un livello di prezzo importante graficamente.

BigNick 23-08-04 16:52

Re: Eccomi qua.
 
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Originalmente inviato da dagoweb
E' sempre nella mia watchlist, ma non sto tradando perche' sto ancora cercando di capire dove diavolo va il Nasdaq :mmmm:
Comunque questo titolo e' uno di quelli che si difende meglio nei momenti di difficolta' ; ora e' arrivato ad un livello di prezzo importante graficamente.

oggi ha chiuso il gap down del 6 agosto, mi aspetterei uno storno che potrebbe essere occasione di entrata, che ne pensi ?

dagoweb 23-08-04 22:16

Re: Eccomi qua.
 
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Originalmente inviato da BigNick
oggi ha chiuso il gap down del 6 agosto, mi aspetterei uno storno che potrebbe essere occasione di entrata, che ne pensi ?

Scusa se non rispondo subito, ma mi collego con una periodicita' random ... :)

Tornando a noi, per tornare veramente positivo il trend ritengo che debba superare almeno i 23 $$ ( altrimenti rimane la sequenza in essere di massimi e minimi discendenti ).

BigNick 25-08-04 21:21

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Originalmente inviato da BigNick
Uscito, tira una brutta aria, e comunque un bel 10% in pochi giorni lo porto a casa

mi sà che ci rientro comunque:)

ma non potevo restare dentro ? altro che 10% che facevo :wall:

va beh, rientrato a 21,75 :wall:

se non fosse per lo stocastico molto tirato sarei più tranquillo, sembra però voglia rompere la ribassista, macd è bello, che ne dite ?

BigNick 27-08-04 20:52

grafico orario
 
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ballonzola sopra la trend discendente che ha rotto qualche giorno fà, lo stocastico scarico sembra voler invertire, macd leggermente negativo,

mediate a 21,48

e vada via ai ciap !

BigNick 30-08-04 21:40

3G Momentum Boosts Outlook For Novatel
 
http://www.forbes.com/markets/2004/0...ahoo&referrer=

08.30.04, 11:55 AM ET

Banc of America Securities maintained a "neutral" rating on Novatel Wireless (nasdaq: NVTL - news - people ) and increased earnings estimates for 2004 and 2005, citing strong second-quarter results and momentum in 3G technology. The firm raised its 2004 earnings-per-share estimate to 46 cents from 27 cents and its 2005 earnings-per-share estimate to 80 cents from 60 cents. The target price for the wireless-technology company was raised to $24 from $18. Banc of America said it sees gains in acceptance of 3G technology, a wireless standard that enables faster data transfers. "Although we see catalysts as 3G gains traction and management continues to execute, we remain Neutral," it said. "We look for further share gains and margin improvement to get more constructive on the stock." Banc of America's top picks in the wireless-equipment sector are Qualcomm (nasdaq: QCOM - news - people ) and Cisco Systems (nasdaq: CSCO - news - people ), both rated at "buy" with respective target prices of $45 and $26. Its least favorites are Ciena (nasdaq: CIEN - news - people ) and Lucent Technologies (nyse: LU - news - people ), both rated at "neutral" with target prices of $2.25 and $3.50, respectively.

BigNick 31-08-04 16:12

ferma tutto...
 
questa volta di stop loss... non voglio rovinare tutto..

BigNick 31-08-04 16:58

ci riprovo
 
rientrato a 19,26, da queste parti passa l'up trend di lungo

probabilmente na capzata..

BigNick 31-08-04 17:19

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Originalmente inviato da Luciano
se voi ho una crema per il prurito alle mani che è na favola :D :D :D :D :D

ciao

grazie Lucky,piuttosto se non l'hai finita tutta mi daresti quella per il kiulo ?

:D :D :D

BigNick 31-08-04 17:57

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Originalmente inviato da Luciano
quale vuoi quella anestetizzante o solo quella lubrificante??? quest'ultima mantiene intatta la sensazione tattile ed è qindi consigliata :D :D :D :D :D



ne avevo ordinata tanta ma ora non sò che farmene :angry:



esce a prezzo :yes: :p

ce ne è mica una anestetizzante lubrificante ?

BigNick 31-08-04 18:22

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Originalmente inviato da Luciano
golosone niente dolore eh???



le mescoli pistolone :D

si bravo così reagiscono e mi esplode il kiulo !
:D

codyx 31-08-04 18:55

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Originalmente inviato da BigNick
si bravo così reagiscono e mi esplode il kiulo !
:D

Ragazzi pssatene un pò anche a me che questa sera si balla con cani! :)
BigNick mi pare che tenga il trend la tua banbina.
Ciao

BigNick 31-08-04 19:06

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Originalmente inviato da codyx
Ragazzi pssatene un pò anche a me che questa sera si balla con cani! :)
BigNick mi pare che tenga il trend la tua banbina.
Ciao

è ancora presto per dirlo,

Sperem !

BigNick 07-09-04 19:17

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Originalmente inviato da BigNick
rientrato a 19,26, da queste parti passa l'up trend di lungo

probabilmente na capzata..

per adesso non è stata una capzata, però c'è questa sma 50 che mi preoccupa, la stopperà ancora ?

qualche parere ?

BigNick 07-09-04 21:29

uscito 20,7, mi porto a casa un buon 7,57% , però ci rientrerò almeno spero

BigNick 08-09-04 18:23

rientro
 
a 20,55

Mascalzone Latino 08-09-04 19:03

in effetti :rolleyes:

BigNick 08-09-04 19:13

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occhio perchè potrebbe stornare



non ne vedo il senso BIG sei uscito a 20,7 per rientrare a 20,55??? :rolleyes:


in kiulo alla balena

ciao Lucky, potrebbe stornare certo, questo è un titolo con ottimi fondamentali, non riesco a starne lontano, sono uscito perchè avevo in mano un ottimo gain e anche per un discorso di cambio, sono entrato oggi per fare un azione veloce in giornata, mi accontento anche di un 1%, comunque speriamo non storni

BigNick 08-09-04 20:59

adesso ho capito perchè scende..il suo principale concorrente SWIR ha fatto un accordo con intel, azzz..

andiamo ancora a testare la trend ascendente, se la rompe però sono capzi

BigNick 08-09-04 21:48

rotta la trend
 
ho stoppato KO!

BigNick 10-09-04 18:37

che coione che sono stato a stoppare, non riesco proprio a starci lontano da Novatel Wireless, rientrato a 21,1

BigNick 10-09-04 20:53

Poi d'improvviso venivo dal vento rapito...

BigNick 11-09-04 19:49

ma guarda che bel candelone
 
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..piacerebbe anche a Okkrim :D

dopo il bel trappolone dei giorni scorsi, riprende l'ascendente di lungo, sulla base di questa mi tira sù un bel candelone che va a rompere la discendente di breve che durava ormai da Aprile, e sfonda facilmente la sma 50, macd ritorna positivo, con stocastico in recupero, ottimi anche i volumi...

bye

BigNick 16-09-04 18:12

Uscito 22,94
 
8,6% :)

BigNick 17-09-04 21:37

mi verrebbe quasi voglia di rientrare...
 
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:rolleyes:

BigNick 24-09-04 21:42

bel movimento oggi
 
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Bella candela con ottimi volumi sfonda i 24$

Your Ffaiper 24-09-04 22:28

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oggi ero indecido,,lunedi potrebbe superarla,,,,,

BigNick 27-09-04 16:19

Volumi...
 
mi sembra ben scambiata anche oggi...o sbaglio ?

Your Ffaiper 27-09-04 17:04

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mi sembra ben scambiata anche oggi...o sbaglio ?



stavo per entrare a 24,74,,sopra ribassista,,poi non ne ero sicuro,,meglio ora,l hanno abassata un po,,vediamo

BigNick 27-09-04 17:25

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Citazione:

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stavo per entrare a 24,74,,sopra ribassista,,poi non ne ero sicuro,,meglio ora,l hanno abassata un po,,vediamo

in effetti si è fermata proprio lì, io comunque tengo, sono fiducioso, fammi sapere se entri MyFfaiper :D

Your Ffaiper 27-09-04 17:59

io ce lo a monitor assiema ad ovrl e altre 6 o 7,,,,,,,,,,,,,basta beccarle giuste,azz,,,,,domani wally dovrebbe rimbalzare se non lo fa oggi,,,,senno nisba,,,,ma nvtl è sotto la ribassista,,il superamento la porterebbe area 26,5

BigNick 27-09-04 18:01

Citazione:

Originalmente inviato da Your Ffaiper
io ce lo a monitor assiema ad ovrl e altre 6 o 7,,,,,,,,,,,,,basta beccarle giuste,azz,,,,,domani wally dovrebbe rimbalzare se non lo fa oggi,,,,senno nisba,,,,ma nvtl è sotto la ribassista,,il superamento la porterebbe area 26,5

guardati anche SWIR allora...

BigNick 29-09-04 21:07

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titolo non adatto ai cardiopatici, ha una volatilità pazzesca...mannaggia,

respinta dalla trend discendente, si avvicina ancora alla trend ascendente di lungo... vada vi ai ciap !

BigNick 30-09-04 13:18

O2 Selects Lucent Technologies and Novatel Wireless to Supply 3G UMTS PC Cards to Sup
 
O2 Selects Lucent Technologies and Novatel Wireless to Supply 3G UMTS PC Cards to Support Mobile High-Speed Data Services
Thursday September 30, 5:00 am ET
O2 Offers Customers in the UK High-Speed Mobile Access to the Internet and Corporate Networks Using Merlin U530(TM) Wireless PC Card Modem from Lucent and Novatel Wireless


LONDON & SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sept. 30, 2004-- Lucent Technologies (NYSE: LU - News) and Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq: NVTL - News) today announced an agreement with O2 to supply the Merlin U530(TM) third-generation (3G) Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS) Wireless PC Card Modems -- jointly developed by Lucent and Novatel Wireless -- to support O2's commercial 3G service launched in the UK. This announcement follows O2 Germany's decision to deploy the cards as part of its commercial 3G services launch in July 2004.
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The Merlin U530 will enable O2 to offer business customers services such as streaming video and audio, secure mobile access to corporate networks including e-mails with large attachments -- and other information stored behind corporate firewalls -- at speeds of up to 384 kilobits per second.

"We extended our agreement with Lucent and Novatel Wireless to support our UK rollout based on the success of our launch in Germany," said Hugh Griffiths, Head of Data Products and Services from O2 UK. "We were very pleased with the flexibility and features of the Novatel Wireless Merlin U530 cards, particularly in terms of network interoperability. Lucent also offered the experience and expertise required to ensure the smooth integration of these cards within our existing infrastructure."

"This agreement demonstrates the strength of our continued partnership with O2 as the operator rolls out high speed data services across Germany and the UK," said David Poticny, president, Lucent Europe. "By using the 3G UMTS data cards to deliver high-speed data services, O2 will be able to ensure that they meet the mobile office needs of their business customers right from the start. O2 also will benefit from Lucent's experience working with enterprises to define and optimize 3G UMTS services to meet their business needs."

"We appreciate this opportunity to support O2's 3G UMTS service launch to enterprise customers," said Rob Hadley, vice president of sales for Novatel Wireless. "This collaboration with Lucent and O2 demonstrates the momentum growing behind our mobile high-speed data solutions, and the progress being made in bringing commercial 3G UMTS services to European customers."

About O2

O2 aims to enrich customer's lives by enabling them to get the most from their mobile. As a leading provider of mobile services to consumers and businesses in the UK, O2 offers a range of services including text, media messaging, games, always on data connections (via "GPRS"), music over mobile and mobile video. O2 is the UK market leader in mobile data services such as text, with three quarters of a billion messages being sent by O2 customers each month.

O2 was formed in 2001 following the demerger from British Telecom of its former mobile business, BT Wireless. O2 (UK) Limited is a subsidiary of mmO2 plc which also delivers O2 branded services in Ireland and Germany. O2 has over 13.5 million customers in the UK.

ABOUT LUCENT TECHNOLOGIES

Lucent Technologies designs and delivers the systems, services and software that drive next-generation communications networks. Backed by Bell Labs research and development, Lucent uses its strengths in mobility, optical, software, data and voice networking technologies, as well as services, to create new revenue-generating opportunities for its customers, while enabling them to quickly deploy and better manage their networks. Lucent's customer base includes communications service providers, governments and enterprises worldwide. For more information on Lucent Technologies, which has headquarters in Murray Hill, N.J., USA, visit www.lucent.com.

ABOUT NOVATEL WIRELESS, INC.

Novatel Wireless, Inc. is a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions. Novatel Wireless' Merlin(TM) PC Cards, Expedite(TM) Embedded Modems, Freedom Box(TM) Ruggedized Modems and MobiLink Communications Software Suite enable high-speed wireless access to personal, corporate and public information via portable computers, handheld devices and vertical market applications. The company delivers innovative 2.5G and 3G solutions to operators, distributors and vertical markets worldwide. Headquartered in San Diego, California, Novatel Wireless is listed on NASDAQ: NVTL.

(C) 2003 Novatel Wireless. All rights reserved. The Novatel Wireless logo, Merlin, Merlin U530, Expedite, Freedom Box and MobiLink are trademarks of Novatel Wireless, Inc. All other brands, products and company names mentioned herein are trademarks of their respective holders.

BigNick 01-10-04 21:05

Citazione:

Originalmente inviato da Your Ffaiper
io ce lo a monitor assiema ad ovrl e altre 6 o 7,,,,,,,,,,,,,basta beccarle giuste,azz,,,,,domani wally dovrebbe rimbalzare se non lo fa oggi,,,,senno nisba,,,,ma nvtl è sotto la ribassista,,il superamento la porterebbe area 26,5

MyFfaiper, siamo in area trend ribassista che oggi passa a 24,8, si scornerà ancora ? :rolleyes:

Your Ffaiper 01-10-04 21:17

Citazione:

Originalmente inviato da BigNick
MyFfaiper, siamo in area trend ribassista che oggi passa a 24,8, si scornerà ancora ? :rolleyes:


olaa my pamela,,potrebbe farcele,,ma per oggi non ci penso nemmeno,,,,il minkion kiude a piu 2,2% E LA PROSSIMAS ETTIMANA SEGUO POCO,,COMUNQUE è IMPOSTATA PER SALIRE A OKKIO,,

BigNick 04-10-04 15:36

stavolta sembra esserci decisa ..
 
25,5 !

BigNick 05-10-04 16:51

oggi storna..
 
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MyFaiper, segui sempre ?

BigNick 14-10-04 19:50

mediate pesantemente a 22.35
 
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e con queste aspetto di prendere mazzate con la trimestrale del 28 ottobre

accada quel che deve accadere..

BigNick 28-10-04 17:18

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e con queste aspetto di prendere mazzate con la trimestrale del 28 ottobre

accada quel che deve accadere..

questa sera la trimestrale, oggi escursioni di prezzo altissime con alti volumi...


:rolleyes: :rolleyes:

BigNick 28-10-04 22:17

Novatel Wireless Reports Record Third Quarter Results
 
Novatel Wireless Reports Record Third Quarter Results
Thursday October 28, 4:15 pm ET
Revenues Increase to $31.0 Million and Net Income Grows to $0.16 per Share
Company to Supply Vodafone with 3G Wireless Data Products


SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 28, 2004-- Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL - News), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today reported financial results for the third quarter ended September 30, 2004.


Revenues for the third quarter were $31.0 million, which is a 29% increase over $24.1 million reported in the immediately preceding quarter and a 285% increase over $8.1 million reported in the same period last year. Based on record gross margins of 33.2% and increasing operating leverage, net income applicable to common shareholders grew to approximately $4.9 million or $0.16 per diluted share - the highest in the Company's history. This compares to net income applicable to common stockholders of $3.2 million or $0.11 per diluted share in the immediately preceding quarter and a net loss applicable to common stockholders of $1.8 million or $0.22 per share in the prior year period.

Separately, Novatel Wireless today announced it will supply Vodafone, the world's largest mobile community, with its Merlin(TM) 3G UMTS Wireless PC Card modems for access to Vodafone's 3G network.

"Our record financial results, fourth quarter introduction of EV-DO and supply relationship with Vodafone position us for continued growth in 2005," commented Peter Leparulo, Chief Executive Officer of Novatel Wireless. "Sequential revenue growth of 29% reflects strong demand and follow-on orders for UMTS products. With the addition of Vodafone, we will now serve all the major carriers introducing UMTS in Europe and the United States. In the fourth quarter, we expect to enter volume production of EV-DO products. With these positive developments, we are increasingly becoming a pure-play 3G provider, with the broadest 3G product portfolio and firm purchase orders from many of the world's largest wireless carriers."

"Importantly, we are also leveraging this leadership position into new areas that gain further traction with our strong carrier distribution channels," added Mr. Leparulo. "We believe we are becoming a partner of choice with many of the world's leading carriers and are more closely aligning our development plans with their solidifying 3G plans."

Recent highlights include

Today, the Company announced it will supply Vodafone with its Merlin 3G UMTS Wireless PC Card modems.
Over the last three months, Novatel Wireless and Lucent Technologies (NYSE:LU - News) announced agreements to supply the Merlin U530(TM) 3G UMTS Wireless PC Card Modems to O2 in the UK, PTC (Polska Telefonia Cyfrowa Sp. z o.o.) in Poland, and Partner Communications in Israel. At September 30, 2004, Novatel Wireless had shipped UMTS products to 12 carriers in 16 countries around the world.
AT&T Wireless announced the launch of their 3G UMTS Network using the Novatel Wireless Merlin U520(TM) UMTS Wireless PC Card Modem.
In September, Novatel Wireless received the globally-recognized ISO 9001:2000 certification.
Earlier in the third quarter, Sprint (NYSE: FON - News) and Novatel Wireless announced that the Sprint PCS Connection Card by Novatel Wireless now comes packaged with a complete software solution, jointly developed by the two companies, that provides seamless access between Sprint's PCS Network and compatible Wi-Fi ZONES(TM).
"Gross margins increased to a record 33.2% and operating expenses decreased to 18.1% as a percentage of sales," explained Dan Halvorson, Chief Financial Officer of Novatel Wireless. "Moving forward, we expect to continue building our R&D and sales and marketing effort to support our rapid growth. Operating margins of 15.2% and net income of $4.9 million were the highest in the Company's history and we currently expect to maintain operating margins at these levels. At September 30, 2004 our cash balance including investments was $89.8 million, reflecting impressive positive cash flow from operations of $10.8 million for the third quarter of 2004."

Novatel Wireless will host a conference call for analysts and investors today to discuss its quarterly results at 5:00 p.m. ET on October 28, 2004. For parties in the United States and Canada, call 1-800-219-6110 to access the earnings call. A live Web cast of the conference call will also be accessible from the "Investor Relations" section of the Novatel Wireless Web site (www.novatelwireless.com). Following the live Web cast, an archived version will be available on the Novatel Wireless Web site.

BigNick 28-10-04 22:24

la ciliegina sulla torta
 
Novatel Wireless to Supply Vodafone with 3G Wireless PC Card Modems
Thursday October 28, 4:14 pm ET


SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 28, 2004--Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL - News), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today announced that it will provide 3G wireless data products to Vodafone, the world's largest mobile community.
Novatel Wireless will supply Vodafone with its Merlin(TM) 3G Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS) Wireless PC Card Modems for high-speed access to Vodafone's 3G network.

The Novatel Wireless Merlin 3G PC Card will be integrated with the Vodafone Mobile Connect software, which manages user-friendly access to the network. Once the Merlin 3G PC Card is inserted into a laptop, Vodafone subscribers will be able to send and receive emails, browse the Internet and download attachments at speeds of up to 384 kilobits per second. The Merlin 3G PC Card enables secure wireless access to corporate databases and data stored behind firewalls. High-speed access over 3G networks enables mobile workers to access information, stay connected to partners and clients and remain productive when out of the office, providing a critical competitive advantage.

"The Merlin 3G PC Cards will enable Vodafone's customers to take advantage of the high-speed mobile data services that Vodafone's 3G network makes possible," said Peter Leparulo, CEO of Novatel Wireless. "We are pleased to support Vodafone's 3G services."

BigNick 28-10-04 22:41

Ah
 
in after recupera i 25$, vedremo domani

BigNick 29-10-04 00:06

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in after recupera i 25$, vedremo domani

ora perde il 13.43%

mi sà che domani sono dolori.. peccato

BigNick 29-10-04 00:22

non ci capisco più una mazza, è meglio che mi ritiro..
 
Novatel Wireless Sinks Despite Vodafone Deal

By TSC Staff
10/28/2004 6:08 PM EDT

Novatel Wireless (NVTL:Nasdaq - commentary - research) sank 15% in late trading Thursday even after rolling out a big supply agreement with British wireless giant Vodafone (VOD:NYSE - commentary - research).

The San Diego-based telecom gear shop said it won a contract to supply Vodafone with its Merlin 3G Universal Mobile Telecommunications System wireless PC card modems for high-speed access to Vodafone's 3G network. Terms weren't disclosed.

The company also posted earnings for its third quarter ended Sept. 30. Novatel earned $4.9 million, or 16 cents a share, in the latest quarter, reversing the year-ago loss of $1.8 million, or 22 cents a share. Revenue surged to $31 million from $8 million a year earlier.

"Gross margins increased to a record 33.2% and operating expenses decreased to 18.1% as a percentage of sales," said finance chief Dan Halvorson. "Moving forward, we expect to continue building our R&D and sales and marketing effort to support our rapid growth. Operating margins of 15.2% and net income of $4.9 million were the highest in the company's history and we currently expect to maintain operating margins at these levels. At September 30, 2004 our cash balance including investments was $89.8 million, reflecting impressive positive cash flow from operations of $10.8 million for the third quarter of 2004."

Still, shares sagged $3.70 to $20.80 in postclose action.

dagoweb 29-10-04 15:09

Anche il pre-market conferma la discesa.
E' passato un contratto da 10.000 pezzi a 21,02

Comunque continuo ad essere d'accordo con Bignick sulla bonta' della societa'
(l'ultima trimestrale ne e' la conferma).

BigNick 29-10-04 15:15

non so davvero cosa dire, sono amareggiato

bella legnata

BigNick 29-10-04 16:54

ragazzi...

..sono qui che striscio per terra...

chi mi dà un parere tecnico per favore...

non ho nemmeno la forza di tirare una riga....

proteone 29-10-04 18:02

Difficile dire come andra....
certo la rottura del supporto dinamico non fa ben sperare e da come la vedo io un giro a 19$ o 18$ lo andra a fare. :(

Cmq sono l ultima ruota del carro e lascio ai + esperti i vari commenti

Ciao

tremaui 29-10-04 18:02

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up help

quando ti metti in mano a questi personaggi non c'è nulla da fare guarda ieri che ha combinato l'amico CEO..... :rolleyes:


DJ CEO Sells 26,604 Of NOVATEL WIRELESS INC >NVTL [DQGNYRH]


SOURCE: Form 4

ISSUER: NOVATEL WIRELESS INC
SYMBOL: NVTL

FILER: LEPARULO PETER V
TITLE: Chief Executive Officer

DATE TRANSACTION SHARES PRICE VALUE
10/22/04 Exercise 6,500 $1.01 $6,565
10/22/04 Exercise 20,104 $0.70 $14,073
10/22/04 Sale 26,604 $25.07 $666,962
(10b5-1 Plan Indicated)*

OWNERSHIP: 38,846 (Direct)

* - A 10b5-1 plan enables an insider to establish a program to make trans-
actions according to an advance plan. Such a program allows an insider
to continue with planned transactions even if he or she comes into
possession of material non-public information.

The Form 4 is filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission by insiders
to report transactions in their companies' shares. Open market purchases
and sales must be reported within two business days of the transaction.



(END) Dow Jones Newswires
10-26-04 2149ET

(C) Dow Jones & Company, Inc. All rights reserved.

27ott04 01:49 GMT
Symbols:
US;NVTL

BigNick 29-10-04 18:10

Citazione:

Originalmente inviato da tremaui
quando ti metti in mano a questi personaggi non c'è nulla da fare guarda ieri che ha combinato l'amico CEO..... :rolleyes:


DJ CEO Sells 26,604 Of NOVATEL WIRELESS INC >NVTL [DQGNYRH]


SOURCE: Form 4

ISSUER: NOVATEL WIRELESS INC
SYMBOL: NVTL

FILER: LEPARULO PETER V
TITLE: Chief Executive Officer

DATE TRANSACTION SHARES PRICE VALUE
10/22/04 Exercise 6,500 $1.01 $6,565
10/22/04 Exercise 20,104 $0.70 $14,073
10/22/04 Sale 26,604 $25.07 $666,962
(10b5-1 Plan Indicated)*

OWNERSHIP: 38,846 (Direct)

* - A 10b5-1 plan enables an insider to establish a program to make trans-
actions according to an advance plan. Such a program allows an insider
to continue with planned transactions even if he or she comes into
possession of material non-public information.

The Form 4 is filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission by insiders
to report transactions in their companies' shares. Open market purchases
and sales must be reported within two business days of the transaction.



(END) Dow Jones Newswires
10-26-04 2149ET

(C) Dow Jones & Company, Inc. All rights reserved.

27ott04 01:49 GMT
Symbols:
US;NVTL

ma queste non erano vendite programmate da tempo ?

un grazie a chi ha postato

tremaui 29-10-04 18:16

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Originalmente inviato da BigNick
ma queste non erano vendite programmate da tempo ?

un grazie a chi ha postato

si ma 3 giorni prima della trimestrale :D :D della serie non sapevano nulla :rolleyes: :rolleyes: se vuoi ne ho altri 7/8 da postare e non sono programmati tutti direttori presidendi e vari...che hanno venduto nei giorni scorsi di solito quando fanno così si sa già come va a finire :)

BigNick 29-10-04 18:27

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Originalmente inviato da tremaui
si ma 3 giorni prima della trimestrale :D :D della serie non sapevano nulla :rolleyes: :rolleyes: se vuoi ne ho altri 7/8 da postare e non sono programmati tutti direttori presidendi e vari...che hanno venduto nei giorni scorsi di solito quando fanno così si sa già come va a finire :)

che bastardoni...

sai perchè scende NVTL oggi nonostante gli ottimi dati ?

perchè hanno dato una guidance "conservativa"

quanto basta per perdere quasi il 20%, sa il capzo !

mi sai dire per cortesia come siamo messi con lo short ?
grazie

tremaui 29-10-04 18:39

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Originalmente inviato da BigNick
che bastardoni...

sai perchè scende NVTL oggi nonostante gli ottimi dati ?

perchè hanno dato una guidance "conservativa"

quanto basta per perdere quasi il 20%, sa il capzo !

mi sai dire per cortesia come siamo messi con lo short ?
grazie

sono saliti da metà mese passando dall'8 al 12%...quasi 4Msharese su 30M :rolleyes:

BigNick 29-10-04 18:52

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Originalmente inviato da tremaui
sono saliti da metà mese passando dall'8 al 12%...quasi 4Msharese su 30M :rolleyes:

non poco..
grazie

BigNick 30-10-04 22:30

X Tremaui: insider selling
 
ho trovato questo, corrisponde al vero ?

grazie
ciao

It was a scheduled plan of sales outlined in the August 13, 2004 SEC-8K.

The reason for doing this is so that employees can diversify their own assets without causing undue influence to the share price. Everything is good.

Here's an excerpt of the 8K relevant to your concerns:

<<Subject to specified limitations, each plan provides for the non-discretionary periodic sale of a portion of the Company stock held by the individual, including shares issuable upon exercise of stock options, in order to gradually diversify assets for estate planning purposes. The maximum number of shares which could be sold under these programs (assuming all escalating minimum price targets are met) would total approximately 1.25 million shares of Company stock over the 16 month period ending in December 2005. The plans were adopted during the Company’s quarterly open trading window and in accordance with its written trading policy. In addition, each executive entering into a plan has agreed to disclose publicly each securities transaction effected pursuant to it.>>

tremaui 30-10-04 23:18

Citazione:

Originalmente inviato da BigNick
ho trovato questo, corrisponde al vero ?

grazie
ciao

It was a scheduled plan of sales outlined in the August 13, 2004 SEC-8K.

The reason for doing this is so that employees can diversify their own assets without causing undue influence to the share price. Everything is good.

Here's an excerpt of the 8K relevant to your concerns:

<<Subject to specified limitations, each plan provides for the non-discretionary periodic sale of a portion of the Company stock held by the individual, including shares issuable upon exercise of stock options, in order to gradually diversify assets for estate planning purposes. The maximum number of shares which could be sold under these programs (assuming all escalating minimum price targets are met) would total approximately 1.25 million shares of Company stock over the 16 month period ending in December 2005. The plans were adopted during the Company’s quarterly open trading window and in accordance with its written trading policy. In addition, each executive entering into a plan has agreed to disclose publicly each securities transaction effected pursuant to it.>>

...è un pò come la storia di ladro de benedetti che vendeva le CDB web tech per calmierare i prezzi subito dopo il collocamento....si cmq corrisponde al vero :)

dagoweb 01-11-04 15:58

Gap aperti
 
up May-18-2004 15.88 to 16.12
down Oct-29-2004 23.64 to 21.5

Se va a chiudere il primo (senza notizie negative) ...
significa che le aziende che aumentano il fatturato e gli utili sono passate di moda.

BigNick 01-11-04 16:05

A 18,94 c'è il minimo di settembre da dove era salita senza stop fino a settimana scorsa.. :rolleyes:

BigNick 01-11-04 16:27

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A 18,94 c'è il minimo di settembre da dove era salita senza stop fino a settimana scorsa.. :rolleyes:

dimenticavo...a 18,97 c'è anche la sma 200 :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

BigNick 01-11-04 17:22

si è ripresa un 5%..
 
speriamo non sia un fuoco di paglia..

ho trovato questo intanto...

http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/b...30novatel.html

By Jennifer Davies
UNION-TRIBUNE STAFF WRITER
October 30, 2004

Despite reporting record third-quarter revenue and announcing a new supply deal with Vodafone on Thursday, Novatel Wireless saw its stock price sink by more than 15 percent yesterday because of a lower forecast for the fourth quarter.


Shares of Novatel, a San Diego maker of wireless modems, fell $3.75 to close at $20.75.

On Thursday, Novatel reported quarterly revenue of $31 million, an almost 300 percent increase from a year ago, when the company had revenue of $8.1 million. Novatel reported third-quarter earnings of $4.9 million, or 16 cents a share, as contrasted with a loss of $1.8 million, or 22 cents a share, last year.

Dan Halvorson, Novatel's chief financial officer, told analysts in a conference call that the company expects revenue of $32 million to $34 million in the fourth quarter.

The forecast range was a disappointment to Wall Street because of the company's strong third quarter, said Anthony Stoss, an analyst at Craig-Hallum Capital.

Christin Armacost, an analyst with SG Cowen, said the drop in Novatel's stock price will be a good time for investors to purchase shares.

Albert Lin, an analyst for American Technology Research, maintained that Novatel's strong third-quarter earnings are a positive sign for the company in the long-term.

"No investor in their right mind would want to be a shareholder in a money-losing company," Lin said.

Another bonus for the company was its deal with British wireless giant Vodafone to provide next-generation wireless modem cards for laptop computers, said Michael King, a wireless analyst for Gartner Group, a market research firm. The demand for wireless modems that allow users to surf the Internet at souped-up speeds continues to grow.

"They're doing pretty darn well," he said. "Everybody had questions about whether there was market for their product, but it's proven to be a viable market."

As Sprint Corp., Cingular Wireless and other customers announce which companies will supply their wireless modems, Stoss said, Novatel's financial projections will move higher.

Dow Jones News Service contributed to this report.

BigNick 01-11-04 17:57

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Originalmente inviato da dagoweb
up May-18-2004 15.88 to 16.12
down Oct-29-2004 23.64 to 21.5

Se va a chiudere il primo (senza notizie negative) ...
significa che le aziende che aumentano il fatturato e gli utili sono passate di moda.

Dagoooooooooo !!


il book si è ribilanciato :) :rolleyes:

Your Ffaiper 01-11-04 18:40

1 Allegato/i
ciao pamelick :D

long solo sopra la blu e stop sotto ad essa per i ritardatari intraday,,,,,


grafcio 2 minuti

BigNick 01-11-04 18:46

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Originalmente inviato da Your Ffaiper
ciao pamelick :D

long solo sopra la blu e stop sotto ad essa per i ritardatari intraday,,,,,


grafcio 2 minuti

myffaiperone, pensavo mi avessi abbandonato in questa valle di lacrime !!

Your Ffaiper 01-11-04 18:47

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Originalmente inviato da BigNick
myffaiperone, pensavo mi avessi abbandonato in questa valle di lacrime !!


macche,propio te :D :D

la stavo osservando appena ora ha sbattuto sulla blu,,,,,è che fino a che non passano le elezioni,,difficilmente,,verso lacrime per nulla

dagoweb 01-11-04 21:48

Si sono accorti che il titolo non e' proprio da buttar via ... :)

C'e' di mooolto peggio in giro da massacrare.

BigNick 01-11-04 22:14

Che numeri che ha fatto oggi !
 
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Si sono accorti che il titolo non e' proprio da buttar via ... :)

C'e' di mooolto peggio in giro da massacrare.

:eek: :eek: :eek:

BigNick 02-11-04 16:21

resistenza
 
21,50 dovrebbe essere tosta da superare, ci stiamo avvicinando..21.20 :rolleyes:

codyx 02-11-04 16:43

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Originalmente inviato da BigNick
21,50 dovrebbe essere tosta da superare, ci stiamo avvicinando..21.20 :rolleyes:

;)
Se son rose fioriranno.................... altrimenti scatta lo stop! Filosofia Zen. :D

BigNick 02-11-04 16:45

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Originalmente inviato da codyx
;)
Se son rose fioriranno.................... altrimenti scatta lo stop! Filosofia Zen. :D

ci sei dentro anche tu ?

codyx 02-11-04 16:56

Non avevo liquidità per entrarci, ma se avessi avuto qualche eurino a 20 sarei entrato per tenere, sempre con stop stretto.
Ciao
Cla

BigNick 10-12-04 21:18

eccole qui le mie ragazze..
 
1 Allegato/i
questo e il weekly, sembra interessante, la 50 ha supportato il movimento ribassista di novembre, non escono notizie da un bel po'

aspettiamo fiduciosi :rolleyes:

BigNick 13-12-04 21:49

sembrerebbe in accumulazione.. :rolleyes:

sperem

BigNick 14-12-04 21:05

l'unica cosa che non mi piace di queste ragazze è che gli insider continuano a vendere... :rolleyes:

tengo duro..

BigNick 16-12-04 21:41

nuove vendite da parte degli insider...

..iniziano a venirmi dei dubbi... :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

tremaui 16-12-04 21:45

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Originalmente inviato da BigNick
nuove vendite da parte degli insider...

..iniziano a venirmi dei dubbi... :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

una sola è vendita pura le altre sono

- A 10b5-1 plan enables an insider to establish a program to make trans-
actions according to an advance plan. Such a program allows an insider
to continue with planned transactions even if he or she comes into
possession of material non-public information.

:)

BigNick 16-12-04 21:51

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Originalmente inviato da tremaui
una sola è vendita pura le altre sono

- A 10b5-1 plan enables an insider to establish a program to make trans-
actions according to an advance plan. Such a program allows an insider
to continue with planned transactions even if he or she comes into
possession of material non-public information.

:)

grazie Tremaui, mi puoi spiegare meglio per cortesia ?

tremaui 16-12-04 21:55

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Originalmente inviato da BigNick
grazie Tremaui, mi puoi spiegare meglio per cortesia ?

sono piani di vendita già prestabiliti a scadenze fisse quindi rientrano nella normale prassi quasi tutte le società li hanno :) :) io ho 4 form e solo uno da 120.000pz del direttore è vendita pura :) 2 giorni fa si è presa anche un upgrade non so se hai letto :)

BigNick 16-12-04 22:02

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Originalmente inviato da tremaui
sono piani di vendita già prestabiliti a scadenze fisse quindi rientrano nella normale prassi quasi tutte le società li hanno :) :) io ho 4 form e solo uno da 120.000pz del direttore è vendita pura :) 2 giorni fa si è presa anche un upgrade non so se hai letto :)

ho letto, però stasera mi preoccupa a rotto il supporto a 21,80 seppur di poco, e poi sono settimane che non tirano fuori una news decente, inizio a farmela sotto, graficamente non mi dispiace, tu come la vedi ?

tremaui 16-12-04 22:06

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Originalmente inviato da BigNick
ho letto, però stasera mi preoccupa a rotto il supporto a 21,80 seppur di poco, e poi sono settimane che non tirano fuori una news decente, inizio a farmela sotto, graficamente non mi dispiace, tu come la vedi ?

questa è del 14/12....non mi sembra che ne parlino male poi logico che è un pò in sofferenza...e la chiusura di oggi lo conferma da andarci con cautela :)



Company Description: NVTL designs and markets wireless broadband products,
primarily PC card modems for access to wireless carrier networks such as Sprint
and Vodafone.

Key Investment Issues
" Initiating Coverage. We are launching coverage of NVTL with a Market
Outperform rating and a $27.00 price target. Our YE:04 and YE:05 EPS estimates
are $0.48 and $0.78, respectively.
" Investment Positives. We believe that meaningful penetration of wireless data
subscribers will begin to occur in 2005. (1) Wireless infrastructure upgrades
are occurring. (2) An increased number of mobile devices and applications are
available. (3) The productivity benefits from mobile wireless data access are
compelling.
" Investment Concerns. (1) Barriers to competitive entry are low. (2) NVTL has
uncertain future income tax liabilities. (3) NVTL depends primarily on two
outsourcers for manufacturing.
" Investment Conclusion. Network coverage is improving, costs are declining,
and data rate speeds are increasing. We believe that these factors will drive
subscriber penetration of the mobile wireless data market and that NVTL is well
positioned to benefit within the Communications Technology food chain. With
agreements to distribute NTVL's PC cards in place with the largest wireless
carriers, and a debt free balance sheet, we believe that the outlook for NVTL is
attractive.
" Valuation. NVTL trades at P/E multiples of 46.6x-'04 and 28.7x-'05 P/E vs.
its peer group of 26.6x-'04 and 21.3x-'05 P/E. On an EV/EBITDA basis, NVTL
trades at multiples of 35.4x-'04 and 19.2x-'05 vs. peers of 15.6x-'04 and
12.1x-'05.
" Price Target. Our price target is $27.00. This price target is based on an
average 2005 P/E multiple of 35.0x and 2005 EV/EBITDA multiple of 25.0x.
" Risks. Risks to our estimates and price target include, but are not limited
to demand for wireless broadband access not materializing, international
exposure, and changes in technology.

Executive Summary
Headquartered in San Diego, NVTL was spun-off in 1996 from NovAtel and went
public in November of 2000. The company provides wireless broadband access
solutions for the following markets: mobile workers, public safety, telematics,
telemetry, transportation, and utilities. NVTL maintains its research and
development office in Canada and manufacturing is outsourced to LG Innotek and
Celestica. For the first nine months of 2004, approximately 74.6% of sales were
generated internationally and 25.4% domestically.
Investment Positives
Significant Market Opportunity Exists
We believe that if 1% of the general population buys PC cards, then the market
opportunity approaches $1 billion. With five competitors and the market share
evenly split, potential annual sales are $200 million per competitor.
The main assumption in our market opportunity estimate is that the average sales
price (ASP) per card is $200 in Europe and $150 in U.S. (through year-end
2006). However, we recognize that if the carriers do not experience acceptable
penetration rates, the carriers probably would lower ASPs to increase
penetration.
According to IDC, data traffic revenues for domestic wireless carriers are
estimated to grow by 31% annually through 2008. We believe that this is
possible because of the following: 1) Wireless infrastructure upgrades are
occurring. 2) The productivity benefits from mobile wireless data access are
compelling. 3) An increased number of mobile devices and applications are
available.
Wireless Infrastructure Upgrades are Occurring
Meaningful deployment of robust data networks by wireless carriers has begun.
With most of the technical issues resolved and carriers' cash flow improving
compared to the recent past, we believe that 2005 could be the year when 3G
mobile services finally gain a global audience. NVTL stands to benefit from
these deployments because it sells the PC cards to access the upgraded networks.
In Europe and the U.S. combined, well over $100B has been invested by carriers
in spectrum licensing alone. This excludes the additional billions of capital
expenditures required to build the network that will utilize the spectrum. For
example, Cingular, Verizon, and Sprint all have announced network upgrades. It
is logical to assume that the carriers who spend billions building their 3G
networks expect a return on their investment and will want network users, who
then may need a NVTL PC card to access those networks.
Productivity Benefits of Wireless Access are Compelling
According to the Yankee Group, approximately 50M mobile workers exist in the
U.S. Currently, Internet access and e-mail are the imperative business tools
for mobile workers. NVTL is well positioned to benefit because its PC cards
enable mobile wireless access to the Internet and email wherever the wireless
carrier has service.
Further, according to IN-STAT/MDR, 25% or more of employees expect to use
wireless data applications. Good examples of initial subscribers include real
estate agents, news reporters in the field, traveling sales forces and financial
services professionals. We believe that the productivity benefits from mobile
and wireless access to data are compelling and will become more widely known as
network upgrades are completed and commercial services are advertised.
Number of Mobile Devices and Applications Available are Increasing
NVTL's financial future is most closely tied to wireless network access for
laptops. This is a positive for NVTL because carriers are upgrading their
networks for higher data speeds and rolling out commercial data service plans.
Another positive is that the number of compelling mobile devices and
applications available is increasing.
We believe that these advanced mobile devices and applications will increase
awareness of 3G network capabilities and aid in PC card penetration. For
example, all three major handset manufacturers (Nokia, Motorola, and Samsung)
now offer 3G handsets. Further, applications that would benefit from network
upgrades and may increase awareness are instant messaging, video clips, global
positioning services, and the ability to take pictures.
Debt-Free Balance Sheet
NVTL has no debt, $2.94 per share in cash and a tangible book value of $2.86 per
share. As of Q3:04, DSOs were 26 days and inventory turns were 20x.
Investment Concerns
Barriers to Entry are Low
While competitive barriers to entry do exist (capital, product development
knowledge, distribution channels, wireless carrier relationships and
certification processes), they are not insurmountable. For example, if a low
cost company decided to reverse engineer PC cards, it would require a research
license from Qualcomm that we estimate may cost approximately $5M-$10M.
We believe that it is important to note three possible competitive threats that
exist. 1) Laptop PC manufacturers: Competition could come from laptop
manufacturers who install wireless modems during manufacturing, harming the
market for NVTL's aftermarket PC cards. While it is intuitively logical for PC
manufacturers to install wireless modems, we do not believe them to be near-term
competitors. 2) Handset manufacturers: Handset manufacturers could become
competitors either by offering PC cards directly or by using the handset itself
as a modem attached to a laptop with a cord. 3) Wi-Fi: Domestic Wi-Fi services
that are offered at hotels, airports and coffee shop type locations are a
competitive concern to monitor. However, long-term we believe that the value of
mobility offered by PC cards (being able to travel away from the hot-spot) and
reliability will drive high-end PC card penetration.
Potential Tax Liabilities
To date, NVTL has not paid income taxes and has $140M in net operating loss
carryovers that it intends to use to offset future tax burdens. However, NVTL
and outside accountants are completing a formal Internal Revenue Code Section
382 study and analysis to determine whether there are any limitations on the use
of the net operating loss carryovers. The company does not believe that the
IRC Section 382 will affect 2004 taxable income. However, if it is not able to
use its loss carryovers in future periods, the impact to EPS could be
significant. According to NVTL, the range of potential tax liability is from
0%-40%. For 2005, we are projecting a tax rate of 10%.
Manufacturing Dependence on Two Outsourcers for Product
NVTL outsources the manufacturing of its products to LG Innotek of South Korea
and Celestica of China. LG is a large multinational corporation and is only
obligated to supply products as purchased by NVTL. NVTL also licenses Qualcomm
components for its PC cards and could be harmed if this were discontinued.
Should sourcing or other problems develop that cause delays in product delivery,
NVTL's customer relationships could be impacted negatively.
Small Customer Concentration and Strategic Relationships
During Q3:04, two customers represented 32% of NVTL's sales. We believe that
the two largest customers were Lucent (18%) and Sprint (14%). NVTL's wireless
carrier customers as a whole represented approximately 96% of sales in Q3:04.
Should one of its current customers or a new large wireless carrier customer
decide not to use NVTL's PC cards, it could have a negative financial impact.
NVTL has strategic relationships with Lucent and Sprint. Lucent and NVTL
jointly developed the Merlin U530 and signed agreements with multiple carriers.
NVTL and Sprint also have a strategic distribution relationship which we
believe represented 14% of Q3:04 sales (in place since 2002). It could be
harmful to NVTL if either of these strategic relationships dissolved.
3G Network Upgrades Slower than Anticipated
Both the European and U.S. wireless industries have spent billions on spectrum
licenses and networks upgrades. For example, in the U.S. Verizon, Sprint and
Cingular have announced plans for deployment of their 3G networks. However, if
these expansions take place slower than anticipated, demand for NVTL's PC cards
could be harmed materially.
14dic04 12:55 GMT
Symbols:
US;NVTL

BigNick 16-12-04 22:20

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Originalmente inviato da tremaui
questa è del 14/12....non mi sembra che ne parlino male poi logico che è un pò in sofferenza...e la chiusura di oggi lo conferma da andarci con cautela :)

molto interessante, dove l'hai pescato ?

se deve pagà ?? :D

tremaui 16-12-04 22:24

Citazione:

Originalmente inviato da BigNick
molto interessante, dove l'hai pescato ?

se deve pagà ?? :D

sai che ho risorse infinite :yes: :yes:


AvondalePartners (John F. Bright 615-467-5630) NVTL NVTL.

se gli vuoi telefonare :D :D

BigNick 19-12-04 22:03

Non sò perchè..
 
ma credo che questa sarà una settimana importante, o in un verso o nell'altro...

solo sensazioni personali...

S P E R E M !

:)

BigNick 20-12-04 14:27

x TREMAUI
 
http://www.newsletters.forbes.com/DR...n_new_window=1

TROVATO QUESTO, CHE NE DICI ?

tremaui 20-12-04 14:33

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Originalmente inviato da BigNick

meglio questi :D

J.P. Morgan Securities Inc. - Equity Research

*Effective tax rate of 2% in 2004 and 6.4% in FY05 based on $143 million NOLs.
NOL present value of approximately $4.00-$4.50 per share. Effective tax rate
increases to 30.6% in FY06.

We visited Novatel in San Diego on December 16th; the company appears to be
growing. We are using this visit as an opportunity to publish FY06 estimates.


* We believe Novatel is hiring engineers and relocating to larger premises in
San Diego. We understand that the company is investing in R&D, and European
sales and marketing headcount, in order to respond to the demands of its
expanding customer base (esp. Vodafone and Verizon).
* The Ovation UMTS/WLAN product is positioned for the European SME market in
the near-term (mid 2005); specifically small businesses that lack cable or DSL
connectivity (but are in range of a 3G cell tower). It will be sold through
the carrier channel (possibly private-labeled), and probably in partnership
with Lucent.
* Our impression is that Novatel's Vodafone relationship is expanding more
rapidly than originally planned. Production for Verizon is ramping, however we
believe Verizon's customization and certification requirements may have pushed
out deployment slightly. Net-net, we believe Novatel is on track for the
current quarter, but we do not expect upside at this time.
* Our FY06 forecast looks for pre-tax y/y operating income growth of 34% on
sales growth of 24%. Note however that we expect PF EPS to decline by $0.03
y/y owing to a transition toward the statutory tax rate.
* We rate Novatel Overweight. NVTL is trading at 28.7 times CY05 EPS, which is
a premium valuation in the context of our coverage universe, which we believe
is justified by the strong growth in adoption of wireless 3G services.

Investment Thesis

We believe Novatel, a CPC card manufacturer, presents investors with an
opportunity to participate in the 3G space, having gained a 6-12 month head-
start in providing wireless access solutions for the rollout of third
generation wireless networks. Novatel counts nearly 15 tier 1 operators as
customers (includes Vodafone properties), and is selling cards into over 16
countries. Emerging from the lows of FY02 and FY03, Novatel turned profitable
in 1Q04 on 102% y/y revenue growth. The outsourcing of manufacturing to LG
Innotek, rationalization of workforce, and pruning of overheads should result
in operating margins trending towards the mid-to high teens in FY05 and FY06
as revenue continues to climb. On this basis, we expect the company to report
FY04 EPS of $0.47 and FY05 EPS of $0.76. We think current share price does not
fully factor in the company's strong fundamentals and potential operating
profit growth of 41% in the next four years.



Valuation and Rating Analysis

We reiterate our Overweight rating. NVTL is trading at 28.7 times FY05E EPS, a
premium of 29% to the mean of our coverage universe, and a two year PEG of
.59, based on a pre-tax growth rate of 48%. The stock is trading at a FY05E
MC/Revenue multiple of 3.7x, a 95.7% premium to its peer group (RIMM, SWIR,
and PLMO) median. Fundamentals through 2006 appear strong, and the growth rate
and operating leverage are attractive, in our view. The market for 3G data
solutions has exceeded our expectations in the last 6-months. We believe the
premiums are justified by the growth rates, for which there is potential
upside surprise going into 2005 and in the context of adding new carrier
channels. In our view, investors should focus on NVTL as one of the best
growth stocks in the 3G space. Sounding a more cautious note, we believe much
of the good news regarding 3G deployments in Europe (sell-in) is now priced
into the stock. Another consideration is that the growth rate is slowing in
calendar 2005 which could spur momentum investors to look elsewhere. Finally,
we note (with the publication of FY06 estimates) that PF earnings (post tax)
are flat-to-down in FY06 owing to our assumption that the effective tax rate
jumps up to 30% from about 5 - 6%.



Risks to our Rating



There is a risk of Commoditization.

The technology barriers to entry are modest for the CPC market, implying that
new entrants could enter the space and force margins down. The PC card form
factor is not protected, the UMTS standard is open, Qualcomm is prepared to
license its CDMA based technology to all-comers, and the wireless operators
are typically prepared to multisource CPC cards.



Substitute Solutions Present a Longer-Term Threat.

WLAN and WIMAX technologies are thought likely to compete with cellular-based
wireless wide area networks, possibly reducing the rate of CPC market growth.
We accept there is some contention for subscribers at the high-end of the
market, but we believe neither WLAN nor WIMAX offer the mobility and reach to
compete with cellular-based solutions in the next 2 - 3 years.



Market Adoption Could Disappoint.

We assume that 3G operators will drop wireless data usage rates to about $40 -
$50 per month (or lower) to stimulate demand, which we believe is price
elastic. Failure to move to a more aggressive pricing structure might impede
adoption and cause company secific growth targets to fall short of
expectations.



Competition.

Novatel faces fierce competition from Sierra Wireless, Option Wireless, Sony
Ericsson, Kyocera and potentially others. This could bring down ASPs and gross
margins.





Companies Recommended in This Report

Novatel Wireless (NVTL/$21.79/Overweight)

BigNick 20-12-04 19:29

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ma credo che questa sarà una settimana importante, o in un verso o nell'altro...

solo sensazioni personali...

S P E R E M !

:)

mi sà che stà andando nell'altro.... :mad:

supporto a 19,61, macd incrocia in negativo, :rolleyes:

se non recupera mi aspetto qualche notizia negativa a breve..

che dici Tremaui....inizio a sentire un certo bruciorino al kiulo... :D

BigNick 21-12-04 14:03

Era ora che uscisse qualche notizia !
 
http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/041221/215173_1.html

SingTel Offers 3G UMTS PC Cards from Novatel Wireless and Lucent Technologies
Tuesday December 21, 8:00 am ET
Merlin U530 offers SingTel 3G customers high-speed mobile access to the Internet and Corporate networks


MURRAY HILL, N.J. & SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec. 21, 2004-- Novatel Wireless (NASDAQ:NVTL - News), Lucent Technologies (NYSE:LU - News) and Singapore Telecommunications Limited (SingTel) today announce the availability of the Merlin U530(TM) Wireless PC Card Modem for high-speed wireless data access on SingTel's 3G Universal Mobile Telecommunications Service (UMTS) network in Singapore. Together with its regional partners, SingTel is Asia's largest multi-market mobile operator, serving more than 56 million customers in six markets: Australia, India, Indonesia, the Philippines, Singapore and Thailand.
ADVERTISEMENT


By installing the intuitive MobiLink(TM) software from Novatel Wireless and inserting the Merlin U530 into a laptop, users can access data at speeds of up to 384 kilobits per second. Jointly developed by Lucent and Novatel Wireless, the Merlin U530 provides high-speed access to streaming video and audio, secure wireless access to emails with large attachments and other corporate information stored behind firewalls. The Merlin U530 is backward compatible to GPRS and GSM so users can stay connected to SingTel's GSM/GPRS networks when 3G service is not available.

"We are pleased that our customers are the first in Singapore to be able to enjoy a good choice of 3G devices that deliver broadband access and the freedom of mobility," said Paul Kitchin, vice president of consumer marketing for SingTel. "The Merlin U530 brings high-speed data services to corporate workers' fingertips -- making access to email and the Internet easier than ever before. We look forward to a long-term partnership with Lucent and Novatel Wireless, as we jointly deliver mobile access from virtually any location at any time, meeting the demand for 'always on' connectivity."

"The Merlin U530 will deliver fast and affordable wireless broadband access to all SingTel customers within its 3G network," said Roger Derrien, vice president for UMTS product management with Lucent Technologies Mobility Solutions Group. "Having access to corporate networks while out of the office provides the convenience that Wi-Fi doesn't offer, offering true portability to remote workers. We are pleased to work closely with SingTel to help roll out 3G services across Singapore."

"Novatel Wireless is committed to meeting the demand for broadband wireless data access worldwide," said Rob Hadley, senior vice president of worldwide sales and marketing at Novatel Wireless. "By collaborating with SingTel and Lucent, we are helping meet the demand for high-speed data in Asia by extending 3G connectivity to mobile workers in Singapore."

Lucent and Novatel Wireless are the global leaders in UMTS PC Card sales with Merlin UMTS PC Cards available from 13 operators in 17 countries throughout Asia, Europe, Middle East and North America.

ABOUT SINGTEL

SingTel is Asia's leading communications group with operations and investments around the world. With significant operations in Singapore and Australia (through wholly-owned subsidiary SingTel Optus), the Group provides a comprehensive portfolio of services that include voice and data services over fixed, wireless and Internet platforms.

To serve the needs of multi-national corporations, SingTel has a network of 34 offices in 16 countries and territories throughout Asia Pacific, Europe and the United States. These offices enable SingTel to deliver reliable and quality network solutions to its customers, either on its own or jointly with local partners.

The Group also has major investments in India, Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand. Together with its regional partners, SingTel is Asia's largest multi-market mobile operator, serving more than 56 million customers in six markets. More information can be found at www.singtel.com and www.optus.com.au.

ABOUT LUCENT TECHNOLOGIES

Lucent Technologies designs and delivers the systems, services and software that drive next-generation communications networks. Backed by Bell Labs research and development, Lucent uses its strengths in mobility, optical, software, data and voice networking technologies, as well as services, to create new revenue-generating opportunities for its customers, while enabling them to quickly deploy and better manage their networks. Lucent's customer base includes communications service providers, governments and enterprises worldwide. For more information on Lucent Technologies, which has headquarters in Murray Hill, N.J., USA, visit www.lucent.com.

ABOUT NOVATEL WIRELESS, INC.

Novatel Wireless, Inc. is a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions. Novatel Wireless' Merlin(TM) PC Cards, Expedite(TM) Embedded Modems, Freedom Box(TM) Ruggedized Modems, MobiLink(TM) Communications Software Suite, Ovation(TM) 3G Multimedia Application Consoles and Conversa(TM) Software Suite enable high-speed wireless access to personal, corporate and public information. The company delivers innovative 3G solutions to operators, distributors and vertical markets worldwide. Headquartered in San Diego, California, Novatel Wireless is listed on (NASDAQ:NVTL - News). For more information visit www.novatelwireless.com

BigNick 21-12-04 20:22

Citazione:

Originalmente inviato da tremaui
meglio questi :D

J.P. Morgan Securities Inc. - Equity Research

*Effective tax rate of 2% in 2004 and 6.4% in FY05 based on $143 million NOLs.
NOL present value of approximately $4.00-$4.50 per share. Effective tax rate
increases to 30.6% in FY06.

We visited Novatel in San Diego on December 16th; the company appears to be
growing. We are using this visit as an opportunity to publish FY06 estimates.


* We believe Novatel is hiring engineers and relocating to larger premises in
San Diego. We understand that the company is investing in R&D, and European
sales and marketing headcount, in order to respond to the demands of its
expanding customer base (esp. Vodafone and Verizon).
* The Ovation UMTS/WLAN product is positioned for the European SME market in
the near-term (mid 2005); specifically small businesses that lack cable or DSL
connectivity (but are in range of a 3G cell tower). It will be sold through
the carrier channel (possibly private-labeled), and probably in partnership
with Lucent.
* Our impression is that Novatel's Vodafone relationship is expanding more
rapidly than originally planned. Production for Verizon is ramping, however we
believe Verizon's customization and certification requirements may have pushed
out deployment slightly. Net-net, we believe Novatel is on track for the
current quarter, but we do not expect upside at this time.
* Our FY06 forecast looks for pre-tax y/y operating income growth of 34% on
sales growth of 24%. Note however that we expect PF EPS to decline by $0.03
y/y owing to a transition toward the statutory tax rate.
* We rate Novatel Overweight. NVTL is trading at 28.7 times CY05 EPS, which is
a premium valuation in the context of our coverage universe, which we believe
is justified by the strong growth in adoption of wireless 3G services.

Investment Thesis

We believe Novatel, a CPC card manufacturer, presents investors with an
opportunity to participate in the 3G space, having gained a 6-12 month head-
start in providing wireless access solutions for the rollout of third
generation wireless networks. Novatel counts nearly 15 tier 1 operators as
customers (includes Vodafone properties), and is selling cards into over 16
countries. Emerging from the lows of FY02 and FY03, Novatel turned profitable
in 1Q04 on 102% y/y revenue growth. The outsourcing of manufacturing to LG
Innotek, rationalization of workforce, and pruning of overheads should result
in operating margins trending towards the mid-to high teens in FY05 and FY06
as revenue continues to climb. On this basis, we expect the company to report
FY04 EPS of $0.47 and FY05 EPS of $0.76. We think current share price does not
fully factor in the company's strong fundamentals and potential operating
profit growth of 41% in the next four years.



Valuation and Rating Analysis

We reiterate our Overweight rating. NVTL is trading at 28.7 times FY05E EPS, a
premium of 29% to the mean of our coverage universe, and a two year PEG of
.59, based on a pre-tax growth rate of 48%. The stock is trading at a FY05E
MC/Revenue multiple of 3.7x, a 95.7% premium to its peer group (RIMM, SWIR,
and PLMO) median. Fundamentals through 2006 appear strong, and the growth rate
and operating leverage are attractive, in our view. The market for 3G data
solutions has exceeded our expectations in the last 6-months. We believe the
premiums are justified by the growth rates, for which there is potential
upside surprise going into 2005 and in the context of adding new carrier
channels. In our view, investors should focus on NVTL as one of the best
growth stocks in the 3G space. Sounding a more cautious note, we believe much
of the good news regarding 3G deployments in Europe (sell-in) is now priced
into the stock. Another consideration is that the growth rate is slowing in
calendar 2005 which could spur momentum investors to look elsewhere. Finally,
we note (with the publication of FY06 estimates) that PF earnings (post tax)
are flat-to-down in FY06 owing to our assumption that the effective tax rate
jumps up to 30% from about 5 - 6%.



Risks to our Rating



There is a risk of Commoditization.

The technology barriers to entry are modest for the CPC market, implying that
new entrants could enter the space and force margins down. The PC card form
factor is not protected, the UMTS standard is open, Qualcomm is prepared to
license its CDMA based technology to all-comers, and the wireless operators
are typically prepared to multisource CPC cards.



Substitute Solutions Present a Longer-Term Threat.

WLAN and WIMAX technologies are thought likely to compete with cellular-based
wireless wide area networks, possibly reducing the rate of CPC market growth.
We accept there is some contention for subscribers at the high-end of the
market, but we believe neither WLAN nor WIMAX offer the mobility and reach to
compete with cellular-based solutions in the next 2 - 3 years.



Market Adoption Could Disappoint.

We assume that 3G operators will drop wireless data usage rates to about $40 -
$50 per month (or lower) to stimulate demand, which we believe is price
elastic. Failure to move to a more aggressive pricing structure might impede
adoption and cause company secific growth targets to fall short of
expectations.



Competition.

Novatel faces fierce competition from Sierra Wireless, Option Wireless, Sony
Ericsson, Kyocera and potentially others. This could bring down ASPs and gross
margins.





Companies Recommended in This Report

Novatel Wireless (NVTL/$21.79/Overweight)


sono molto preoccupato, questa non si schioda nemmeno oggi, Tremaui tirami sù di morale ! :(

BigNick 22-12-04 20:35

Novatel Wireless Second Generation UMTS PC Card Receives GCF Compliance
Wednesday December 22, 8:00 am ET
Voluntary Certification Process Ensures the Highest Quality and Network Interoperability for Novatel Wireless' Merlin U630 PC Card


SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec. 22, 2004-- Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL - News), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today announced that its second generation Merlin U630(TM) UMTS Wireless PC Card Modem has received industry compliance from the Global Certification Forum (GCF). GCF is a partnership between network operators and terminal manufacturers that provides an independent program to ensure global interoperability of 2.5 and 3G mobile wireless terminals. GCF is a globally recognized program that complements existing regional regulatory certification requirements.
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GCF compliance involved several hundred product lab test cases and extensive field trials that measured the Merlin U630's performance on different 2.5 and 3G networks in Europe. Field tests of the Merlin U630 took place on live operator networks in Germany, Ireland, Italy and the UK. The testing conducted to achieve GCF certification ensures that the Merlin U630 will have the highest reliability and functionality on UMTS and GSM/GPRS mobile networks throughout Asia, Africa, Europe and the Middle East, and that it has been designed, manufactured and tested to an agreed standard. Wireless operators benefit by knowing that GCF certified devices will perform optimally on networks, providing customers with seamless roaming.

The Merlin U630 offers wireless data access at speeds up to 384 kilobits per second (kbps) on uplink and downlink channels on UMTS 2100 MHz bands in Asia, Africa, Europe and the Middle East and up to 53.6 kbps on GSM/GPRS 900/1800/1900 MHz bands worldwide. By inserting the PC Card into a laptop, subscribers have access to email, the Internet and corporate databases, so they can stay productive while working away from the office.

"Novatel Wireless' Merlin U630 went through extensive testing in terms of quality and performance in order to meet the GCF's strict certification requirements," said David Trevayne-Smith, technical director for 7 Layers, an engineering service company with expertise in the testing and qualification sector for wireless communications technology and products. "Not only did we conduct on-site laboratory tests, but the Merlin U630 was also field trialed on live 2.5 and 3G networks to a plan that exceeded the requirements for the GCF certification, ensuring the product delivered optimal performance over a multitude of network configurations. The Merlin U630 stood out on top of all the tests and definitely deserves the GCF certification recognition for its advanced UMTS technology."

"As a current member of GCF, Novatel Wireless realized the competitive advantage GCF certification provided when it comes to working with network operators," said Dr. Slim Souissi, chief technology officer at Novatel Wireless. "We will continue to ensure our 3G PC Cards meet GCF compliance standards so mobile workers will have the best user experience while accessing mobile high-speed broadband across the world. In September of this year we received ISO 9001:2000 certification. Achieving GCF certification for the Merlin U630 is further testament that our products exceed international standards and are best in class."

For further information on GCF certification, please visit http://gcf.gsm.org

BigNick 23-12-04 21:18

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si avvicina il supporto a 19,61, dove passa anche la sma 200 se rompe anche quello sono capzi ,

oggi potrebbe essere la giornata giusta per tirare fuori in after la notizia negativa che ormai mi aspetto...

giusto per passare un bel natale...

BigNick 27-12-04 19:59

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Originalmente inviato da BigNick
si avvicina il supporto a 19,61, dove passa anche la sma 200 se rompe anche quello sono capzi ,

oggi potrebbe essere la giornata giusta per tirare fuori in after la notizia negativa che ormai mi aspetto...

giusto per passare un bel natale...

anche 19,61, sembra andare farsi fottere, se non recupera mi aspetto il peggio :wall:

BigNick 27-12-04 20:50

sul forum di yahoo c'è un tale csanderson72 che sostiene che Novatel abbia dei problemi di consegna con la scheda EV-DO,

chissà se è veramente così ?

c'è qualcuno che ne capisce di queste schede ? :rolleyes:

Your Ffaiper 27-12-04 21:35

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se perde la base del triangolo va a 18,58,,prossimo supporto,,,per ora non mi piace

BigNick 27-12-04 21:43

Citazione:

Originalmente inviato da Your Ffaiper
se perde la base del triangolo va a 18,58,,prossimo supporto,,,per ora non mi piace

da dove salta fuori il supporto a 18,58 ?

Your Ffaiper 27-12-04 21:47

Citazione:

Originalmente inviato da BigNick
da dove salta fuori il supporto a 18,58 ?


hahah,,18,95,,,mi sono sbagliato,,,,oplaaaaaa :D :bow: :bow:

BigNick 27-12-04 21:51

Citazione:

Originalmente inviato da Your Ffaiper
hahah,,18,95,,,mi sono sbagliato,,,,oplaaaaaa :D :bow: :bow:

beh manca poco ormai :D

BigNick 28-12-04 18:29

X Tremaui
 
Citazione:

Originalmente inviato da BigNick
sul forum di yahoo c'è un tale csanderson72 che sostiene che Novatel abbia dei problemi di consegna con la scheda EV-DO,

chissà se è veramente così ?

c'è qualcuno che ne capisce di queste schede ? :rolleyes:

ho trovato questo sempre sul forum di yahoo,

"...This is from their Nov 17th release:

Pacific Growth Equities report on VZ

Verizon Shipments – Two quarters ago, Novatel announced it had signed a contract with Verizon Wireless (VZ:NYSE;
Not Rated) to supply the carrier with high speed data cards to support the rollout of EV-DO wireless technology based
services. We recently placed several calls into Verizon Wireless’s data communications sales and technical support group
where company personnel are beginning to reveal a familiarity with the upcoming rollout of Novatel’s high speed data
communications cards. This compares to as recently as two weeks ago, when we detected no such indicator among
Verizon personnel that the NVTL rollout was approaching. We have verified Novatel has shipped several hundreds of
units into Verizon, with additional shipments expected over the coming weeks. In our view, this is a very positive
development.
Vodafone – Our latest information indicates that volume shipments from Novatel into Vodafone (VOD:NYSE; Not
Rated) are expected to commence during the later part of December or during the first few weeks of January. Due to the
aggressive rollout of data services by Vodafone, we believe this new customer account holds great promise for Novatel
Wireless going forward.
Quarterly Revenues – We believe the management team at Novatel is being conservative with its revenue guidance for
the December quarter of $32 million to $34 million. Furthermore, based on our recent conversations with Novatel
personnel, we believe our $33.5 million revenue estimate for the fourth quarter may also be conservative. In our view, the
degree of potential upside to our revenue estimate is a function of timing and depends on both the Verizon and Vodafone
volume shipping dates. While we see some upside to our $33.5 million revenue estimate as a distinct possibility, we also
believe it is still too early in the quarter to determine the absolute amount of potential revenue upside, if any.
Price $20.94
Price Range (52 weeks) $4.95 - $28.60
Shares Outstanding (millions) 30.6
Market Capitalization (millions) $632
Average Daily Volume (000) 1,678 ..."


ti risulta che Pacific Growth Equities abbia tirato fuori questo report ?

ciao e grazie

BigNIck

BigNick 28-12-04 21:17

il Tremaui ghè no !
 
ho battuto in lungo e in largo il web ma di report della Pacific Growth Equities su Verizon Wireless purtroppo nemmeno l'ombra.. :(

BigNick 30-12-04 20:36

che palle !
 
se continua così la chiamerò NovatelCess ! :D

di nuovo sui minimi... :mad:

BigNick 31-12-04 21:22

auguri ....
 
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...alle mie NVTL titolo da 30$, che vedo bazzicare a poco più di 19$, che sia un gennaio simile al precedente :D :eek:

BigNick 01-01-05 10:54

Montly
 
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BigNick 01-01-05 10:55

Weekly
 
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questo non mi piace per niente.... :rolleyes:

BigNick 03-01-05 20:59

Fantastico !
 
esce la notizia di un nuovo contratto e mi perde il 10% ? :eek:

prima o poi mi spiegheranno cosa c'è che non va con sto titolo..

forse è per il solo fatto che ce l'ho in mano io...

pazienza.. aspetteremo....tempo migliori...




CSL Selects 3G UMTS PC Card from Novatel Wireless and Lucent Technologies to Deliver Broadband Mobile Access in Hong Kong
Monday January 3, 8:00 am ET


SAN DIEGO, MURRAY HILL, N.J., & HONG KONG--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 3, 2005--
Merlin U530(TM) provides CSL customers with high-speed mobile
connectivity to the Internet and corporate networks

Novatel Wireless (NASDAQ:NVTL - News), Lucent Technologies (NYSE:LU - News) and CSL, Hong Kong's leading mobile operator, today announced the launch of the Merlin U530(TM) Wireless PC Card Modem, jointly developed by Lucent Technologies and Novatel Wireless.

At speeds of up to 384 kilobits per second, the Merlin U530 provides CSL business and consumer customers with secure high-speed wireless access to email, the Internet, data intensive attachments, multi-media applications and corporate networks. Mobile users can increase productivity by wirelessly connecting from any location within CSL's 3G network. The company is one of four operators in Hong Kong with a 3G license.

"CSL is providing its customers true mobility with the launch of the Merlin U530 UMTS 3G PC Card supplied by Lucent Technologies and Novatel Wireless," said Mike Robey, chief operating officer at Hong Kong CSL. "The Merlin U530 enables CSL to offer business customers streaming services, secure mobile access to corporate networks and other information stored behind corporate firewalls. Connected to CSL's high quality 3G network, mobile users are able to access information, stay connected to partners and clients and remain productive when out of the office, providing a critical competitive advantage."

"With this agreement, Lucent enhanced CSL's 3G UMTS service offerings by supplying CSL's 3G customers with the most convenient way to work away from the office," said Roger Derrien, vice president for UMTS product management at Lucent Technologies. "As a leading mobile operator in Hong Kong, CSL has been a pioneer in the development of the high-speed broadband market throughout the region, and we are pleased to partner with CSL in offering its customers the added convenience of mobility."

"Working with mobile industry leaders like Lucent and CSL, Novatel Wireless is helping to meet the demand for 3G data services in Hong Kong," said Rob Hadley, senior vice president of worldwide sales and marketing at Novatel Wireless. "By partnering together, we are providing mobile workers in Hong Kong with high-speed broadband access to the data they need to effectively work outside of the office."

Lucent and Novatel Wireless are the global leaders in UMTS PC Card sales with Merlin UMTS PC Cards available from 14 operators in 17 countries throughout Asia, Europe, Middle East and North America.

ABOUT CSL

CSL is a pioneer in the mobile communications market in Hong Kong. The Company launched its mobile services in 1983, and today operates a world-class GSM / WCDMA network through its mobile brands: 1O1O and One2Free. Pioneer to introduce HSCSD, GPRS, EDGE and MMS, the Company launched 3G and Wi-Fi Service in December 2004.

BigNick 03-01-05 21:53

se rompe anche 17:30, c'ha un gap da chiudere a 15,92

olè !

BigNick 04-01-05 14:14

vediamo se sull'onda della notizia perde una altro 10% ance oggi
 
fankiulo !

Novatel Wireless Announces Commercial Shipments of Next Generation Quadband UMTS Global PC Card Modem
Tuesday January 4, 8:01 am ET


SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 4, 2005--Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL - News):
Merlin U630(TM) provides global Internet connectivity with benefits of high-speed broadband access on UMTS networks in Asia, Europe and the Middle East
Commercial shipments into European operators commenced in fourth quarter 2004
Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL - News), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today announced first commercial shipments of the Merlin U630(TM) Wireless PC Card Modem. The Merlin U630 is a next generation 3G Universal Mobile Telecommunications Service (UMTS) quad band PC Card modem that provides high-speed wireless broadband access on the UMTS 2100 MHz band in Asia, Europe and the Middle East, as well as global Internet connectivity on any General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) or Global System Mobile Communications (GSM) network worldwide on 900, 1800 and 1900 MHz frequencies. The Merlin U630 is currently in multiple network trials globally and commercially shipped into new European operator customers commencing in the fourth quarter of 2004.

The Merlin U630 allows subscribers to remotely send and receive emails, surf the Internet, download file attachments and securely access corporate networks through a virtual private network (VPN) connection at speeds up to 384 kilobits per second on both uplink and downlink channels. Mobile workers can maintain contact with clients, colleagues and family at any time, from virtually anywhere worldwide, increasing overall employee productivity.

Designed with the most advanced 3G technology, the Merlin U630 features increased upload speeds and more efficient management of power consumption. The Merlin U630 has been tested with all major infrastructure providers and is compatible with the leading laptop configurations. A high-efficiency embedded antenna provides leading throughput performance. The patented design and RF experience has resulted in world class performance. Users will benefit through extended connectivity and throughput. An external antenna can also be added to maximize connectivity for mobile workers in marginal coverage areas.

"The Merlin U630 is a significant launch for Novatel Wireless as it combines global wireless Internet access with the advantage of 3G broadband access throughout Asia, Europe and the Middle East," said Peter Leparulo, chief executive officer for Novatel Wireless. "By partnering with our world class operator customers, Novatel Wireless will continue to bring the advantages of 3G technology to subscribers across the globe with technologically advanced products like the Merlin U630."

Novatel Wireless is the global leader in UMTS PC Card sales with Merlin UMTS PC Cards available from 15 operators in 17 countries throughout Asia, Europe, Middle East and North America.

dagoweb 04-01-05 17:49

Non credevo proprio che avrebbe chiuso quel gap !
Di positivo c'e' che, quando tornera' a salire, non avra' piu' motivi
per tornarsene a questi livelli di prezzo ...

L'unica spiegazione che vedo (con i dati che trovo su internet) sono le copiose vendite degli insider di dicembre :
http://finance.yahoo.com/q/it?s=NVTL

I multipli che presenta adesso sono veramente interessanti (ma anche prima non e' che fossero cosi' alti, visto anche i pochissimi debiti) :
http://finance.yahoo.com/q/ks?s=NVTL

Naturalmente il tutto vale se non sforna qualche notizia tragicamente negativa ...

BigNick 04-01-05 18:07

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Originalmente inviato da dagoweb
Non credevo proprio che avrebbe chiuso quel gap !
Di positivo c'e' che, quando tornera' a salire, non avra' piu' motivi
per tornarsene a questi livelli di prezzo ...

L'unica spiegazione che vedo (con i dati che trovo su internet) sono le copiose vendite degli insider di dicembre :
http://finance.yahoo.com/q/it?s=NVTL

I multipli che presenta adesso sono veramente interessanti (ma anche prima non e' che fossero cosi' alti, visto anche i pochissimi debiti) :
http://finance.yahoo.com/q/ks?s=NVTL

Naturalmente il tutto vale se non sforna qualche notizia tragicamente negativa ...

inizio a sospettare che questi abbiano falsificato ibilanci... :rolleyes:

la rapidità del movimento mi ricorda il movimento fatto in aprile maggio, speriamo che il recupero possa essere altrettanto violento e veloce come accaduto in Maggio Giugno, prima però mi sa che andremo a testare ancora l'area 12$

BigNick 04-01-05 18:59

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BigNick 05-01-05 08:48

Novatel Wireless Reaffirms Fourth Quarter Financial Guidance
 
http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/050104/45827_1.html

Novatel Wireless Reaffirms Fourth Quarter Financial Guidance
Tuesday January 4, 6:02 pm ET


SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 4, 2005--Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL - News), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, is reaffirming its financial guidance for its fourth quarter ended December 31, 2004.

Revenues for the fourth quarter are expected to grow to $33 to $34 million, in line with previous guidance, representing an over 215% sequential increase over $10.6 million reported in the same period last year and bringing annual 2004 revenues to the range of $103 to $104 million. Net income for the fourth quarter is expected to grow to approximately $0.17 per diluted share -- the highest in the Company's history and also in line with previous guidance. This compares to a net loss applicable to common stockholders of $2.1 million or $0.23 per basic and diluted share in the prior year period. The Company also expects to report strong positive cash flow from operations for the fourth quarter.

"Sales growth was driven primarily by strong shipments across all technologies to new and existing customers and channels, especially our UMTS products in Europe," commented Peter Leparulo, Novatel Wireless' Chief Executive Officer. "In December, we began shipping our new 3G products to two of the world's largest carriers and expect new customers to play an important role in our continued growth in 2005. Overall, we are very optimistic for the coming year and we currently expect a continuation of strong opportunities for top line growth and bottom line profitability based on a more diversified portfolio of products and customers. We also expect to announce new customer wins with our existing product portfolio, next generation technologies and our new Ovation line of multimedia application consoles."

Novatel Wireless will host a conference call for analysts and investors to discuss its quarterly results at 5:00 p.m. ET on February 10, 2005. A live Web cast of the conference call will also be accessible from the "Investor Relations" section of the Novatel Wireless Web site (www.novatelwireless.com). Following the live Web cast, an archived version will be available on the Novatel Wireless Web site.

BigNick 12-01-05 21:43

Citazione:

Originalmente inviato da BigNick
sul forum di yahoo c'è un tale csanderson72 che sostiene che Novatel abbia dei problemi di consegna con la scheda EV-DO,

chissà se è veramente così ?

c'è qualcuno che ne capisce di queste schede ? :rolleyes:

nessun problema di consegna a quanto pare:

http://investor.novatelwireless.com/...leaseID=152596

Verizon Wireless and Novatel Wireless Announce Availability of Next Generation Broadband Wireless PC Card for Verizon Wireless' 3G EV-DO Network

Dual Band V620(TM) Wireless PC Card Provides Access to the Fastest Commercially Available Wide-Area High-Speed Wireless Data Network in the Nation
SAN DIEGO & BEDMINSTER, N.J., Jan 12, 2005 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, and Verizon Wireless, the nation's leader in next-generation technology deployment, today announced the availability of the V620 Wireless PC Card for use on Verizon Wireless' high-speed 3G Evolution-Data Optimized (EV-DO) network. With the V620 PC Card, Verizon Wireless customers can access BroadbandAccess, Verizon Wireless' premiere data service for business customers, powered by EV-DO technology - the fastest commercially available wide-area wireless network in the nation today. BroadbandAccess from Verizon Wireless is currently available in 32 major metropolitan markets across the United States, and the company plans to expand the network throughout 2005.

The V620 uses dual band EV-DO and 1xRTT technologies to give business customers access to both BroadbandAccess and NationalAccess, based on 1xRTT technology, for truly national data coverage. Because EV-DO technology is backward compatible, it is a cost effective and efficient solution for enterprise customers, business customers and mobile professionals. The V620 is the first PC Card from Verizon Wireless to include a built-in dual band diversity antenna to enhance performance by maximizing data throughput.

Included with the V620 Wireless PC Card is Verizon Wireless' VZAccess Manager software. After installing VZAccess Manager, Verizon Wireless customers simply plug the V620 into their laptops to receive access to the fastest commercially available wide-area high-speed wireless data service in the nation. BroadbandAccess gives Verizon Wireless customers typical download speeds of 300 - 500 kbps and bursts up to 2.4 Mbps, providing them with a wireless data experience similar to using high-speed wired connections at the office. Business customers are provided with a "wired LAN experience" while they are in the field, and are able to access data quickly and easily, increasing overall productivity by remaining connected to customers, partners and co-workers.

"The enhanced performance of the V620 provides an improved user experience and enables Verizon Wireless customers to have a competitive edge when it comes to wirelessly accessing data when they're in major cities or airports from coast to coast," said Cindy Patterson, vice president of enterprise data for Verizon Wireless. "With the fastest wide-area 3G network available, Verizon Wireless subscribers can not only access email and the Internet without the hassle of cables or finding a nearby hotspot, but they can also use the V620 to transfer files and access data saved on corporate networks."

"Novatel Wireless is pleased to be a key supplier of EV-DO PC Cards to Verizon Wireless," said Peter Leparulo, CEO of Novatel Wireless. "This relationship enhances Novatel Wireless' North American market leadership by providing our next generation PC Card modem technology to mobile workers and consumers through market leaders like Verizon Wireless."

Verizon Wireless' BroadbandAccess service is $79.99 for monthly access for unlimited use. The V620 is $99.99 after $100.00 mail in rebate and 2-year customer agreement and is available beginning January 17, 2005 through Verizon Wireless' Business sales channels. The companies expect to offer the PC Card through Verizon Wireless Communications Stores on January 24, 2005.

For more information on Verizon Wireless data services, including BroadbandAccess, and the V620 PC Card by Novatel Wireless, business customers can contact a Verizon Wireless Business Sales Representative directly at 1-800-VZW-4-BIZ.

ABOUT VERIZON WIRELESS

Verizon Wireless owns and operates the nation's most reliable wireless network, serving 42.1 million voice and data customers. Headquartered in Bedminster, NJ, Verizon Wireless is a joint venture of Verizon Communications (NYSE:VZ) and Vodafone (NYSE and LSE:VOD). Find more information on the Web at www.verizonwireless.com. To receive broadcast-quality video footage of Verizon Wireless operations, log onto www.thenewsmarket.com/verizonwireless.

ABOUT NOVATEL WIRELESS, INC.

Novatel Wireless, Inc. is a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions. Novatel Wireless' Merlin(TM) PC Cards, Expedite(TM) Embedded Modems, Freedom Box(TM) Ruggedized Modems, MobiLink(TM) Communications Software Suite, Ovation(TM) 3G Multimedia Application Consoles and Conversa(TM) Software Suite enable high-speed wireless access to personal, corporate and public information. The company delivers innovative 3G solutions to operators, distributors and vertical markets worldwide. Headquartered in San Diego, California, Novatel Wireless is listed on NASDAQ:NVTL. (NVTLG)

BigNick 12-01-05 22:15

X Momo Player
 
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se mi dai anche una motivazione te ne sarei grato..

BigNick

BigNick 13-01-05 19:44

13,60 12,24
 
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ancora nessun segnale di inversione, non vorrà mica andare a fare un doppio minimo a 12,24 ? :confused:

BigNick 13-01-05 21:24

oggi è uscita anche questa..
 
http://investor.novatelwireless.com/...leaseID=152750

Novatel Wireless Awarded Patent For Multi-Mode Wireless Roaming; Company Increases Portfolio of Intellectual Property to 25 Patents

SAN DIEGO, Jan 13, 2005 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today announced it has secured its twenty-fifth patent, which supports intelligent inter-system roaming on multiple wireless networks, including W-WAN, W-LAN and W-PAN. Previously, Novatel Wireless announced that it had filed for several patent protections in connection with the Ovation(TM) 3G Multimedia Application Console portfolio and Conversa(TM) software suite. The issuance of this patent reflects one of the unique elements conceived in that product portfolio. Novatel Wireless' development efforts on Ovation and Conversa have been underway in collaboration with operator customers, and the company expects the Ovation product family to significantly expand its addressable market and diversify its product portfolio upon commercial deployment, which is currently expected in mid-2005.

Novatel Wireless' latest patent encompasses a method for enabling wireless devices to efficiently discover the most ideal wireless connection possible, facilitating seamless roaming between Wi-Fi connections and other wireless broadband networks, such as 2.5G or 3G. This ultimately provides subscribers with the most cost effective connection and the best quality of service in any given geographic area. For example, if a laptop modem discovers Wi-Fi connectivity, the computer can automatically switch from W-WAN to the higher speed W-LAN or W-PAN alternative.

Currently, W-WAN/W-LAN multi-mode roaming devices are constantly scanning to find a higher-speed connection, an inefficient process which drains battery power. The new Novatel Wireless patent uses an innovative technique to conserve battery resources of any device by performing a conditional scan, rather than a continuous background scan.

The intelligent inter-system handoff patent also unveils smart technology that tracks the regular usage patterns of the subscriber by memorizing periodic modem usage activities and geographic locations. In a small office / home office setting, Ovation 3G Multimedia Application Console, integrated with the new technology, will allow peripheral devices to efficiently connect to the preferred network while minimizing device battery consumption by intelligently scanning for the optimal network.

"Novatel Wireless has always encouraged innovative thinking and placed a great deal of effort into wireless research and development activities," said Peter Leparulo, chief executive officer of Novatel Wireless. "We are honored to have received our twenty-fifth patent, fueling industry-wide advancement."

The intelligent inter-system handoff patent was developed by Novatel Wireless' chief technology officer, Dr. Slim Souissi, who recently was appointed an Edwin Armstrong Fellow of Novatel Research Labs. Novatel Research Labs is an unincorporated research arm and honorarium of Novatel Wireless which promotes inventions at Novatel Wireless and in the telecommunications industry, administers Novatel Wireless' intellectual property rights, and sponsors technical publications and white papers. Novatel Research Labs is authorized to award fellowships in connection with Novatel Wireless' intellectual property program, and on December 10, 2004, Dr. Souissi was the first to be awarded an Edwin Armstrong Fellowship of Novatel Research Labs.

BigNick 16-01-05 09:37

Piccola analisi di chi è dentro il titolo ....
 
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e cerca disperatamente di trovare spunti positivi per un inversione di tendenza

:D

due precedenti White Lower Shadow hanno dato origine a inversioni di trend, non c'è due senza tre ?

magari solo per un pull back sulla sma 10... :(

martedì mi piacerebbe vedere una bella candelona bianca che mi conferma l'inversione......... :specchio:

sperem :)

BigNick 18-01-05 13:58

report su SWIR concorrente di Novatel
 
http://finance.messages.yahoo.com/bb...5242&mid=60291

credo si riferisca a questo: http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=swir

http://us.rd.yahoo.com/finance/exter...oo_hs&ru=yahoo

che è a pagamento per cui non ne ho la certezza, fosse vero sarebbe interessante...

bye

BigNick 25-01-05 21:18

Citazione:

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ancora nessun segnale di inversione, non vorrà mica andare a fare un doppio minimo a 12,24 ? :confused:

azz..., beh ormai ci siamo quasi...12,80 :eek:

BigNick 27-01-05 06:04

Sierra down 34%, Novatel plunged 14% in sympathy
 
Sierra Wireless Plunges

By TSC Staff
1/26/2005 5:26 PM EST

Sierra Wireless (SWIR:Nasdaq - commentary - research) lost a third of its value in late trading after the wireless-card maker painted a bleak picture of first-quarter business trends.

Late Wednesday, the Vancouver, Canada, company posted fourth-quarter numbers that missed estimates. Sierra Wireless cited softer-than-expected demand for PC cards, sending its stock down 34%. Shares of rival Novatel (NVTL:Nasdaq - commentary - research) plunged 14% in sympathy.


For the quarter ended Dec. 31, the company earned $7.3 million, or 28 cents a share, up from $1.9 million, or 8 cents a share a year ago, but a penny shy of the Thomson First Call analyst consensus estimate. Revenue rose to $59 million from $35 million, again missing the $63 million consensus estimate.

But the fourth quarter looked downright ruddy compared to the company's first-quarter guidance. Sierra Wireless projected a loss of 35 to 38 cents a share on revenue of about $19 million. Analysts had been expecting a 20-cent profit on revenue of $54 million.

"This is partially a result of lower sales from embedded modules that will not include further shipments to palmOne for the Treo600," the company said in a postclose press release. "We also expect that Q1 demand for PC cards will be lower as a result of channel inventory levels at some of our channel partners that is already sufficient to meet their short term customer demand and the near term impact of increased competition, and resulting loss of market share, in the EVDO PC card market."

Late Wednesday, Sierra Wireless dropped $4.95 to $9.50.

BigNick 27-01-05 06:09

Gap Down
 
oggi probabile apertura in gap down, in after ha chiuso a 11,79, sull'onda dei risultati di Sierra deludenti (credo dovuti anche alla concorrenza di NVTL), oggi potrebbe anche esserci il segnale di inversione, vedremo come chiuderà questa sera

bye

BigNick

BigNick 29-01-05 18:28

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Originalmente inviato da BigNick
oggi probabile apertura in gap down, in after ha chiuso a 11,79, sull'onda dei risultati di Sierra deludenti (credo dovuti anche alla concorrenza di NVTL), oggi potrebbe anche esserci il segnale di inversione, vedremo come chiuderà questa sera

bye

BigNick

il gap down è stato chiuso in giornata, il segnale di inversione ancora non c'è stato, l'azienda ha rassicurato sulla guidance del primo quarter: http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/050127/275421_1.html ma la notizia importante sarà la guidance sul prossimo quarter che verrà data il 10 febbraio

se non sarà buona.....il baratro :eek:

ma io ho molta pazienza... ;)

BigNick 31-01-05 21:21

SI sbarca in sud africa
 
ma segnali di inversione ancora non ce ne sono....

pazienza.....ci vuole pazienza..... moooooooooolta pazienza...

Novatel Wireless Announces Commercial Availability of Next Generation Quad Band 3G PC Card Modems Through Vodacom in South Africa
Monday January 31, 8:00 am ET
Merlin U630(TM) Provides Vodacom Customers with Portable High-Speed Broadband Access


SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 31, 2005-- Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL - News), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today announced shipments of Merlin U630(TM) Wireless PC Card Modems to Vodacom, South Africa's leading mobile operator. Novatel Wireless supplied Vodacom with South Africa's first quad band UMTS PC Card modem that offers high-speed broadband access over Vodacom's UMTS network. Vodacom recently launched its 3G service and provides mobile service to more than 6.5 million customers in South Africa, Tanzania, Lesotho and the DRC.

As a supplier of 3G data cards for Vodafone, Novatel Wireless supplied its Merlin U630 to Vodacom, following the partnership between Vodacom and Vodafone announced last year. Targeting business customers, Vodacom will market the Merlin U630 card as the 3G Vodafone Mobile Connect datacard, South Africa's first high-speed laptop data card.

Once the Vodafone Mobile Connect datacard is inserted into a laptop, Vodacom subscribers are able to wirelessly email, surf the Internet and download attachments at speeds of up to 384 kilobits per second. The Mobile Connect Card offers wireless data access on UMTS 2100 MHz bands in Asia, Africa and Europe and GSM/GPRS 900/1800/1900 MHz bands worldwide. 3G subscribers can have access to corporate databases and information stored behind firewalls. 'Always on' connectivity enables mobile workers to retrieve data, stay connected to partners and customers, and remain productive when outside the office.

"Novatel Wireless is the largest worldwide UMTS PC Card provider and Vodacom is pleased to be working with a market leader," said Pieter Uys, Vodacom Group Chief Operating Officer. "3G services enable mobile workers to have wireless access to anything they should need - from email to the Web to corporate networks. Vodacom feels 3G will revolutionize the way people work and it is determined to lead in 3G connectivity throughout South Africa."

"Novatel Wireless is committed to rolling out wireless broadband access across the world, and our partnership with Vodacom takes us one step further by providing the first quad band 3G UMTS PC Cards to South Africans," said Rob Hadley, senior vice president of worldwide sales and marketing at Novatel Wireless. "Our partnership with Vodacom enables Novatel Wireless to expand its presence into a new continent and deliver mobile high-speed networking access, increasing productivity for corporate users."

Novatel Wireless is the global leader in UMTS PC Card sales with Merlin UMTS PC Cards available from 15 operators in 18 countries throughout Asia, Africa, Europe, the Middle East and North America.

ABOUT VODACOM

Vodacom is a pan-African cellular communications company providing a world class GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) service to millions of customers in South Africa, Tanzania, Lesotho and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Mozambique commenced operation in December 2003 and a 5-year Nigerian management contract has been awarded.

Vodacom is the market leader in South Africa, with more than 95% of South Africans now within the coverage area of its impressive more than 5,000 base station cellular network.

Vodacom has a partnership with Vodafone, the world's largest mobile community. Vodafone has over 151 million proportionate customers worldwide, equity interests in 26 countries and Partner Networks in a further 13 countries.

ABOUT NOVATEL WIRELESS, INC.

Novatel Wireless, Inc. is a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions. Novatel Wireless' Merlin(TM) PC Cards, Expedite(TM) Embedded Modems, Freedom Box(TM) Ruggedized Modems, MobiLink(TM) Communications Software Suite, Ovation(TM) 3G Multimedia Application Consoles and Conversa(TM) Software Suite enable high-speed wireless access to personal, corporate and public information. The company delivers innovative 3G solutions to operators, distributors and vertical markets worldwide. Headquartered in San Diego, Calif., Novatel Wireless is listed on (NASDAQ:NVTL - News; NVTLG).

© 2005 Novatel Wireless. All rights reserved. The Novatel Wireless logo, Merlin, Merlin U630, Expedite, Freedom Box, MobiLink, Ovation, and Conversa are trademarks of Novatel Wireless, Inc. Other product or service names mentioned herein are the trademarks of their respective owners.

BigNick 01-02-05 21:11

questa notiziuola già mi piace di più
 
http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/050201/15429_1.html

Novatel Wireless Announces Continued Innovation of Next Generation Wireless with EV-DO PCI Express Mini Card Modem for Laptops and Other Wireless Devices
Tuesday February 1, 8:02 am ET
Expedite EV620(TM) designed for turnkey integration of broadband network connectivity


SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 1, 2005-- Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL - News), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today announced the Novatel Wireless Expedite EV620(TM) EV-DO PCI Express Mini Card for EV-DO networks. PCI Express Mini Card is a form factor specification designed in mobile platforms and is optimized for most laptop systems. The Expedite EV620 provides wireless broadband data access on EV-DO networks at speeds up to 2.4 Mbps and is designed for easy integration into multiple laptop platforms and other wireless devices. Samples of the Expedite EV620 PCI Express Mini Card are currently available for integration with platform manufacturers.
The Expedite EV620 will enable wireless high-speed streaming video and audio, secure access to emails with large attachments and other corporate information stored behind firewalls. The Expedite EV620 will also include receive diversity on 800 and 1900 MHz band CDMA2000 1xEV-DO and CDMA2000 1X networks, providing reliable connectivity, maximum data throughput and efficient management of device power consumption.

The PCI Express Mini Card design of the Expedite EV620 is standard in most laptop platforms, allowing for quick and easy integration, and minimizes space consumption on the laptop motherboard. This enables platform manufacturers to reduce integration costs, retain a sleek form factor and maintain external slots for other functions. With seamless high-speed network connectivity on notebooks in growing demand, the Expedite EV620 is an ideal solution that addresses the needs of laptop manufacturers.

"The addition of the Expedite EV620 will further diversify our product portfolio, expand our addressable market and put us in a strong position to capitalize on the development of embedded wireless broadband data solutions," said Peter Leparulo, chief executive officer for Novatel Wireless. "The PCI Express Mini Card form factor makes the Expedite EV620 a perfect turnkey solution for large volume device integration and meets the demand for seamless broadband connectivity."

BigNick 07-02-05 21:25

One year later....
 
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eccoci qui dopo un anno sugli stessi valori ...... :eek:

BigNick 09-02-05 21:50

3G Cellular PC Cards Mean Market Lift-Off
 
3G Cellular PC Cards Mean Market Lift-Off


http://www.3g.co.uk/PR/Feb2005/9099.htm

ieri bella candela, domani sera la trimestrale, il giorno della verità :eek:

BigNick 10-02-05 14:31

Q4 2004 Novatel Wireless Earnings Release - After Market Close
 
Novatel Wireless NVTL 0.17 After Market Close

BigNick 10-02-05 22:18

Trimestrale
 
Novatel Wireless Reports Record Fourth Quarter Results
Thursday February 10, 4:15 pm ET
Revenues of $33.4 Million and Net Income of $0.17 per Share


SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 10, 2005--Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL - News), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today reported financial results for the fourth quarter and year ended December 31, 2004.

Revenues for the fourth quarter were $33.4 million, which is a 215% increase over $10.6 million reported in the same period last year. Based on record gross margins of 34.7%, net income applicable to common stockholders grew to approximately $5.2 million or $0.17 per diluted share -- the highest in the Company's history, which compares to a net loss applicable to common stockholders of $2.1 million or $0.23 per diluted share in the prior year period.

Revenues for the year ended December 31, 2004 were $103.7 million, a 207% increase from $33.8 million reported for the prior year. Net income applicable to common stockholders for 2004 was $13.7 million or $0.48 per diluted share which compares to a net loss of $16.7 million or $2.14 per diluted share for 2003.

"We believe that Novatel Wireless is clearly establishing itself as the world leader in 3G wireless data cards, with the most sales, the broadest product offering, the most advanced technology and the widest customer base, selling to the vast majority of the leading wireless carriers in the world," commented Peter Leparulo, Novatel Wireless' Chief Executive Officer. "Fourth quarter results, which were the best in Company history, reflect record sales of UMTS products in Europe, initial sales into the world's largest wireless operator and our entry into the EV-DO market. During the quarter, we shipped to 10 carriers in nine markets and are encouraged by recent sell-through data, as many carriers are just now rolling out widespread access to their 3G product offerings. With two important new product introductions in late December, we are well positioned to enhance our leading market share in 2005."

"At the same time, we are embarking on the most ambitious research effort in the history of the Company," added Mr. Leparulo. "We plan on introducing over eight new products in 2005, as we move into next generation technologies like HSDPA, enhance our position in EV-DO, and introduce new 3G form factors and embedded solutions. As importantly, we believe we will more than double our addressable market, with innovative advanced products like our newly introduced Ovation(TM) line. Targeted at the European market, Ovation will allow wireless carriers to offer a truly differentiated bundle of high performance, less expensive broadband Internet, local and international calling. Given the current lag in broadband deployment in Europe and the high expense of wireline local and international calling, we believe Ovation will be a compelling product in the hands of some of the continent's leading companies and brands."

Recent highlights include

In November, Novatel Wireless announced the introduction of the Ovation(TM) Family of 3G Multimedia Application Consoles for Enterprise, SOHO, and Residential Users. The Ovation Family is a portfolio of stand-alone desktop consoles that unifies WWAN, WLAN and/or VoIP to provide cost-effective high speed wireless broadband access, optimal call routing and the delivery of multimedia applications.
During the fourth quarter, the Company expanded its presence in Asia with the announcements that its Merlin U530(TM) was being offered by CSL, a leading wireless carrier in Hong Kong, and SingTel, one of Asia's largest wireless operators.
In the fourth quarter, Novatel Wireless also announced the availability of its quad-band Merlin U630(TM) Wireless PC Card Modems. The Company began shipping these products in the fourth quarter to Vodafone operating companies, including Vodacom, South Africa's leading mobile operator.
In January, Verizon Wireless and Novatel Wireless announced the availability of the Novatel Wireless V620, a next generation broadband wireless PC Card for Verizon Wireless' 3G EV-DO Network.
Last week, Novatel Wireless announced the introduction of the Expedite EV620(TM) EV-DO PCI Express Mini Card designed for turnkey integration of broadband network connectivity.
In January, the Company also strengthened its Board of Directors with the addition of independent director Dr. John Davis, a telecommunications pioneer.
"Gross margins increased to a record 34.7%, reflecting in part a favorable product mix during the quarter," explained Dan Halvorson, Chief Financial Officer of Novatel Wireless. "Moving forward, we expect to continue building our R&D and sales and marketing effort, while also entering into initial volume deployment of our EV-DO and quad-band UMTS product lines in Q1. At December 31, 2004 our total cash and investment balance was $81.2 million or $2.81 per share, reflecting impressive positive cash flow from operations of $6.5 million for the fourth quarter of 2004."

Novatel Wireless will host a conference call for analysts and investors today to discuss its quarterly results at 5:00 p.m. ET on February 10, 2005. For parties in the United States and Canada, call 1-800-240-2134 to access the earnings call. A live Web cast of the conference call will also be accessible from the "Investor Relations" section of the Novatel Wireless Web site (www.novatelwireless.com). Following the live Web cast, an archived version will be available on the Novatel Wireless Web site.

dagoweb 11-02-05 00:28

Dando un'occhiata all'after-hour direi che la trimestrale e' piaciuta ... :)

Forse, si sono accorti che negli ultimi tempi avevano esagerato ad affossarla.

BigNick 11-02-05 07:16

Citazione:

Originalmente inviato da dagoweb
Dando un'occhiata all'after-hour direi che la trimestrale e' piaciuta ... :)

Forse, si sono accorti che negli ultimi tempi avevano esagerato ad affossarla.

ciao Dago, grazie per aver spezzato il mio monologo :D

BigNick :)

tremaui 11-02-05 14:49

apre 1$ circa + alta di ieri...:)

BigNick 11-02-05 19:06

Novatel Shares Spike on Strong 4Q Report
 
http://biz.yahoo.com/ap/050211/novatel_mover_1.html


Novatel Shares Spike on Strong 4Q Report
Friday February 11, 1:02 pm ET
Novatel Wireless Shares Spike on Strong 4Q; Plans to Expand Market Reach in 2005


NEW YORK (AP) -- Novatel Wireless Inc. shares surged Friday after the company swung to a profit due to higher sales of its "air cards" that link laptop computers wirelessly to the Internet.
The company reported fourth-quarter profit of $5.2 million, or 17 cents per share, on sales of $33.4 million. Last year, Novatel lost $1.9 million, or 23 cents per share, on $10.6 million of revenue.


Novatel not only met its own recently lowered expectations, but also matched Wall Street expectations for a 17 cent per share profit on revenue of $33.4 million, according to analysts polled by Thomson First Call.

Last month, Novatel announced that its sales during the quarter would range from $32 million to $34 million. And with the fourth quarter behind it, Novatel said it expects to double its market reach in 2005 by introducing eight new products.

"We believe that Novatel Wireless is clearly establishing itself as the world leader in 3G wireless data cards, with the most sales, the broadest product offering, the most advanced technology and the widest customer base, selling to the vast majority of the leading wireless carriers in the world," said Chief Executive Peter Leparulo in a statement.

Earnings for the year also showed strength. The company reported net income of $13.7 million, or 57 cents per share, compared to a loss of $16.7 million, or $2.14 per share. Revenue tripled to $103.7 million, from $33.8 million.

Shares of Novatel spiked $1.21, or 10.1 percent, to $13.24 in afternoon trade on the Nasdaq. The stock continues to pull away from its 52-wek low of $11.18 set on Jan. 7 -- but is still far from the high of $28.60 hit in April.

BigNick 13-02-05 10:35

Short Interest
 
http://www.shortsqueeze.com/index.php?symbol=nvtl

BigNick 14-02-05 09:33

Oggi a Cannes la presentazione della Ovation 3G Multimedia Application Console
 
Novatel Wireless Provides Live Demo of First Generation Ovation 3G Multimedia Application Console at 3GSM World Congress

Ovation(TM) Powered by Conversa(TM) Proprietary
Software Suite Makes Debut in Cannes

CANNES, France, Feb 14, 2005 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Novatel Wireless, Inc. (NASDAQ:NVTL), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today announces it will showcase the company's first generation of Ovation 3G Multimedia Application Consoles during 3GSM World Congress in Cannes, France on February 14-17.

Europe will witness the first live demonstration of Novatel Wireless' first generation Ovation 3G Multimedia Application Console. The Ovation Family of 3G Multimedia Application Consoles powered by Conversa, a proprietary software suite, is a breakthrough portfolio of stand-alone desktop consoles that, for the first time, will unify wireless wide area networking (WWAN), wireless local area networking (WLAN), circuit switch cellular voice, and voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) technologies to provide cost effective high-speed wireless broadband access, optimal call routing and the delivery of multimedia applications. End-users will be able to access Ovation using multiple devices, including landline telephones, cordless telephones, desktop PCs, broadband enabled laptops, emerging WLAN-enabled devices such as handsets and smartphones, and other peripheral devices. Ovation is powered by Conversa, a software suite developed by Novatel Wireless that will offer broadband WWAN Internet ac
cess,
advanced WLAN networking, analog voice calling and intelligent routing depending on quality of service and cost, multimedia application support, advanced security firewalls and protocol flexibility.

The first generation Ovation 3G Multimedia Application Console will unify wide area networking (WWAN) and wireless local area networking (WLAN) technologies, and allow for cost-effective high-speed wireless broadband access and delivery of multimedia applications. Ovation is first being introduced to address growing demand for 3G wireless broadband access alternatives to dial-up and integrated services digital network (ISDN). Operating over UMTS networks at approximately six times faster than dial-up connection speeds, the first-generation Ovation 3G Multimedia Application Console offers a superior alternative to these technologies.

Novatel Wireless will also have on hand its Merlin U630(TM) Global Wireless PC Card Modem, as well as its Merlin U530(TM) Wireless PC Card Modem for the EMEA market. The Merlin U630 is a next generation 3G quad band PC Card modem that provides wireless broadband access on the UMTS 2100 MHz band in Asia, Europe and the Middle East. It also offers global Internet connectivity on 900, 1800 and 1900 MHz band General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) or Global System Mobile Communications (GSM) networks worldwide. The Merlin U630 is currently available through Vodafone Germany, Vodafone Group Plc's largest subsidiary with around 27 million customers, Vodacom in South Africa and is in multiple network trials globally.

"3GSM World Congress is the perfect opportunity for Novatel Wireless to highlight its leadership in the UMTS and HSDPA market, with 15 operators in 18 countries worldwide using our Merlin 3G UMTS PC Cards," said Peter Leparulo, chief executive officer for Novatel Wireless. "Novatel Wireless will outline the company's innovative 3G product portfolio as it diversifies into the new and growing wireless convergence market. We are excited to have an inaugural demonstration of our first generation Ovation 3G Multimedia Application Console."

About Ovation Family of 3G Multimedia Application Consoles Powered by Conversa

The Ovation Family of 3G Multimedia Application Consoles is a portfolio of stand-alone desktop consoles integrated with GSM, UMTS, 802.11b/g, voice and/or VoIP technology to provide broadband data and voice communications and the delivery of multimedia applications. Ovation is powered by Conversa, a software suite developed by Novatel Wireless that will offer broadband WWAN Internet access, advanced WLAN networking, analog voice calling and intelligent routing depending on quality of service and cost, multimedia application support, advanced security firewalls and protocol flexibility.

NOTES FOR EDITOR
Below are details of the Novatel Wireless stand and demonstrations
Location: Stand M58 and M59, Hall 5 (above Hall 1)
Dates: February 14-17, 2005
Demonstrations: Ovation 3G Multimedia Application Console, Merlin
U630 and Merlin U530 Wireless PC Card Modems

Senior executives will be available to offer comment on:
- Trends in wireless broadband networks globally
- The advantages of high-speed wireless broadband access
- Differentiators between wireless industry standards and their
role in the future of wireless broadband: GPRS, CDMA, UMTS,
EVDO, WiFi, VoIP
- The market demand, timing and trends for 3G wireless PC Cards
and embedded modems for consumer, enterprise, and vertical
markets
- The convergence of voice & data, landline & wireless technology
and the impact on markets
- The future of wireless voice, data and multimedia access in an
ever changing dynamic industry
- HSDPA product roadmap and industry trends

BigNick 14-02-05 12:44

Novatel Wireless Announces Selection of QUALCOMM's HSDPA Solution for Development of
 
Novatel Wireless Announces Selection of QUALCOMM's HSDPA Solution for Development of Wireless Broadband Data Devices for Markets Worldwide

CANNES, France, Feb 14, 2005 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today announced the selection of QUALCOMM's (Nasdaq:QCOM) MSM6275(TM) Mobile Station Modem (MSM(TM)) chipset and system software for the development of a portfolio of High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) broadband data devices. Novatel Wireless plans to introduce its first integrated HSDPA/UMTS/EDGE device in the second half of 2005.

Novatel Wireless will expand its portfolio of Merlin(TM) Wireless PC Card Modems with the Merlin U730(TM) and Merlin U740(TM) supporting multimode, multi-band wireless wide area access on HSDPA networks in markets worldwide. Using QUALCOMM's MSM6275 chipset, the Merlin U730 will operate on 850 and 1900 MHz UMTS/HSDPA networks in North America, while the Merlin U740 will operate on 2100 MHz UMTS/HSDPA networks in Asia, Africa, Europe and the Middle East. Both cards will enable speeds of up to 1.8 Mbps and will be backward compatible to 850, 900, 1800 and 1900 MHz Enhanced Data Rate for Global Evolution (EDGE), General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) and Global System for Mobile Communication (GSM) networks for wireless data access worldwide.

Mobile workers will not only be able to send and receive email, surf the Internet, and securely access corporate networks with Novatel Wireless' Merlin HSDPA PC Cards, but also access advanced multi-media applications, video conference, download data intensive attachments, and stream audio and video. With speeds of up to 1.8 Mbps, HSDPA offers a viable alternative to landline cable and DSL connections, with the added freedom of mobility. Providing wireless network connectivity from virtually any location worldwide, the Merlin U730 and Merlin U740 will allow users to increase productivity, stay connected to clients and co-workers and gain a competitive advantage.

"QUALCOMM is committed to broadening the availability of robust data applications through our wide variety of next generation wireless solutions," said Dr. Sanjay K. Jha, president of QUALCOMM CDMA Technologies. "Novatel Wireless' selection of our HSDPA chipsets and system software will expand the availability of high-quality, advanced multimedia devices with broad market appeal."

"We selected QUALCOMM's HSDPA chipset to enable us to meet demand from our operator customers for high-quality, robust broadband devices and bring them to market quickly," said Dr. Slim Souissi, chief technology officer for Novatel Wireless. "Interest in our HSDPA product development has been strong. As wireless broadband services continue to grow in acceptance worldwide, we are providing mobile operators with innovative data solutions that enable them to leverage the cost effective delivery of the most advanced data services made possible by HSDPA and provide a significant competitive advantage with the ability to increase long term revenue. Novatel Wireless is pleased to continue its long-term partnership with QUALCOMM to deliver more compelling and convenient fixed line alternatives."

ABOUT HSDPA

High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) is an enhancement to the UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access Network (UTRAN) with the goal of enabling packet data transmission in the WCDMA downlink with theoretical speeds of up to 10 Mbps. HSDPA can be implemented as an upgrade to existing infrastructure, enhancing network performance without the capital expenditures burden of overlaying an entirely new radio network. HSDPA implementations includes Adaptive Modulation and Coding (AMC), Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO), Hybrid Automatic Request (HARQ), fast cell search, and advanced receiver design.

HSDPA is standardized as an element of the 3GPP Release 5 WCDMA specification and provides a two-fold improvement in network capacity to provide data speeds up to five times faster than UMTS. Release 5 specifications focus on HSDPA to provide data rates up to approximately 10 Mbps that enables support of packet-based multimedia services like video conferencing over your cell phone or video phone. Shorter network latency and better response times are also enabled by the technology upgrade, allowing time-dependent applications, like live video streaming and multi-player gaming, to perform more effectively. MIMO systems are in Release 6 specifications, which will support even higher data transmission rates up to 20 Mbps. HSDPA evolved from and backward compatible with Release 99 WCDMA systems.

ABOUT NOVATEL WIRELESS

Novatel Wireless, Inc. is a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions. Novatel Wireless' Merlin(TM) PC Cards, Expedite(TM) Embedded Modems, Freedom Box(TM) Ruggedized Modems, MobiLink(TM) Communications Software Suite, Ovation(TM) 3G Multimedia Application Consoles and Conversa(TM) Software Suite enable high-speed wireless access to personal, corporate and public information. The company delivers innovative 3G solutions to operators, distributors and vertical markets worldwide. Headquartered in San Diego, California, Novatel Wireless is listed on NASDAQ: NVTL. For more information on Novatel Wireless visit www.novatelwireless.com (NVTLG).

(C) 2005 Novatel Wireless. All rights reserved. The Novatel Wireless logo, Merlin, Merlin U730, Merlin U740, Expedite, Freedom Box, MobiLink, Ovation, and Conversa are trademarks of Novatel Wireless, Inc. Other product or service names mentioned herein are the trademarks of their respective owners.

BigNick 17-02-05 19:46

NVTL Ha chiuso il gap ! (La Vendetta !)
 
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continua da

http://www.finanzaonline.com/forum/s...highlight=nvtl

apro un nuovo post oggi in occasione della chiusura del gap up aperto l'11 Febbario in occasione della diffusione dell'ultima trimestrale, nel precedente 3d la chiusura del gap aveva portato bene e il titolo aveva fatto una bella corsa, ora lo ritroviamo a 12,3$, ho fatto diverse entrate e uscite dal titolo, sono ancora dentro e sono fiducioso in un recupero di una quotazione più consona a quello che credo sia il potenziale di questa società, ma la mia fiducia serve a poco :D,

non vi stò a sparere target perchè non voglio illudere nessuno, però vi dò qualche indizio per farvi capire a dove miro, c'è un certo gap down ancora aperto che grida vendetta.... :D

per chi non conosce l'azienda posso dire in poche parole che produce quelle schedine che permettono di navigare in internet wireless, gsm,gprs,edge,umts che sia, comunque se avete voglia qui trovate l'home page del loro sito:
http://www.novatelwireless.com/

spero che questo nuovo 3d non sia il solito monologo e sarò grato a tutti coloro che vorranno dare una mano con i loro commenti, notizie, studi sui fondamentali o analisi tecniche del titolo

staremo a vedere,

si fà quel che si deve, accada quel che può

BigNick ;)

proteone 23-02-05 17:10

Rotti i minimi,,,,se non inverte target primo 9.20/9.00$ :specchio:

BigNick 24-02-05 22:12

Hammer o non Hammer ?
 
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la lower shadow non è lunghissima, vediamo se domani conferma... :rolleyes:

BigNick 27-02-05 07:13

Vorrei aprire un dibattito su questo "attrezzo" ..
 
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per valutarne le potenzialità e l'effetto che potrà avere sul fatturato di Novatel Wireless

sarà un successo o un flop ?

capire innanzitutto a cosa serve e quale potrà essere l'accettazione da parte dei consumatori, stiamo parlando di wwan wlan voice voip

http://www.novatelwireless.com/produ...ion/index.html :confused:

chi mi dà una mano ?

vi dò un primo spunto, questo annuncio di vodafone può avere qualcosa a che fare con "l'attrezzo" ?

http://www.vodafone.com/article_with...254189,00.html


grazie a chi vorrà contribuire

BigNick

dagoweb 27-02-05 11:32

Ciao Bignick,
ho provato l'ultimo sito per gli insider segnalato da miracolo1,
se metto il ticker di NVTL, il risultato fa impressione ...

http://207.234.208.17/insidercow.jsp

Ci capisco sempre meno ...

BigNick 27-02-05 12:05

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Ciao Bignick,
ho provato l'ultimo sito per gli insider segnalato da miracolo1,
se metto il ticker di NVTL, il risultato fa impressione ...

http://207.234.208.17/insidercow.jsp

Ci capisco sempre meno ...

ciao Dago, sbaglio ho stanno vendendo come pazzi ? :eek:

tremaui 27-02-05 12:08

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ciao Dago, sbaglio ho stanno vendendo come pazzi ? :eek:

FIN CHE VENDONO GLI INSIDER POCO MALE :D :) guarda chi compera :)

superbaffone 27-02-05 12:14

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fino a 7.5 potrebbe arrivare

tremaui 27-02-05 12:17

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fino a 7.5 potrebbe arrivare

:rolleyes: :rolleyes: guardati lo smazzo sulle call 10 e 12.5 non credo che la facciano andare ancora troppo bassa per me fanno laterale x chiudere lo short aperto qualche mese fa e che ormai è arrivato al max quasi :)

superbaffone 27-02-05 12:23

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:rolleyes: :rolleyes: guardati lo smazzo sulle call 10 e 12.5 non credo che la facciano andare ancora troppo bassa per me fanno laterale x chiudere lo short aperto qualche mese fa e che ormai è arrivato al max quasi :)



ho detto potrebbe, non sono mica un guru :eek: :D

dagoweb 27-02-05 17:23

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FIN CHE VENDONO GLI INSIDER POCO MALE :D :) guarda chi compera :)

Ogni tanto qualche notizia positiva ...

La sfilza di vendite degli insider non e' molto bella da vedere, ma se gli istituzionali acquistano proprio fessi non saranno ...

p.s. questa settimana evito di metterla nel Nostradamus, cosi' evito di gufarla :D

BigNick 27-02-05 19:05

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Ogni tanto qualche notizia positiva ...

La sfilza di vendite degli insider non e' molto bella da vedere, ma se gli istituzionali acquistano proprio fessi non saranno ...

p.s. questa settimana evito di metterla nel Nostradamus, cosi' evito di gufarla :D


ho fatto il tuo stesso ragionamento :D :D

settimana scorsa l'ho messa ed è stata una tragedia, ho perso tre punti grazie a NVTL e BIOM KO!

un po' di scaramanzia non fà male :D


non c'è nessuno che mi sà dire qualcosa sull'attrezzo ? :bow:

dagoweb 01-03-05 16:05

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non c'è nessuno che mi sà dire qualcosa sull'attrezzo ? :bow:

Sorry, ma non posso essere d'aiuto nel caso specifico.

Pero' per chi vuole un aggiornamento sulla situazione che riguarda il Mobile Business ( in tutti i suoi aspetti ) consiglio di partecipare a questo ( sempre che si sia di Milano/Roma e dintorni :) )
http://www.soiel.it/eventi/mobile/convegno_mi.htm

Di solito lo trovo interessante, ed e' gratis, che non fa mai male ...

BigNick 01-03-05 21:27

Nuovi minimi
 
abbiamo rotto anche il precedente minimo a 10.20...

KO!

BigNick 05-03-05 21:51

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per valutarne le potenzialità e l'effetto che potrà avere sul fatturato di Novatel Wireless

sarà un successo o un flop ?

capire innanzitutto a cosa serve e quale potrà essere l'accettazione da parte dei consumatori, stiamo parlando di wwan wlan voice voip

http://www.novatelwireless.com/produ...ion/index.html :confused:

chi mi dà una mano ?

vi dò un primo spunto, questo annuncio di vodafone può avere qualcosa a che fare con "l'attrezzo" ?

http://www.vodafone.com/article_with...254189,00.html


grazie a chi vorrà contribuire

BigNick

ho trovato un altro link che potrebbe interessare a svelare il mistero sull'"attrezzo"

http://uk.news.yahoo.com/050223/325/fd2t0.html

Vodafone Germany to launch fixed-line service

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Vodafone Group (LSE: VOD.L - news - msgs) will launch a new mobile phone service in Germany this year that offers phone calls and high-speed Internet to residential users, encouraging them to cancel their fixed-line accounts.

The new service, dubbed "Zuhause", or "at home," is based on a box -- using new third-generation (3G) mobile phone technology -- into which users can plug their old fixed-line phones and their computers, Vodafone said on Wednesday.

"This new service can make the fixed-line account superfluous in many cases," Vodafone<VOD.L> said in a statement<VOD.L> .

Deutsche Telekom (Xetra: 555750.DE - news) <DTEGn.DE> is Germany's dominant fixed-line carrier. Vodafone has 27 million customers in Germany, trailing only Telekom's mobile phone unit T-Mobile.

Phone calls and fast Internet access will be carried over Vodafone's 3G network, the world's biggest mobile phone operator said. It will offer tariffs for the new service, including extensive free usage allowances, it said.

Vodafone will present the service at this year's technology fair CeBIT in Hanover and launch it in the second quarter.

Mobile operators hope they will be able to raise revenues by offering lucrative services via 3G -- such as picture telephony or music -- after they spent close to 100 billion euros in Europe for permits to run 3G and for network upgrades.

However, 3G also provides the operators with much more capacity to carry calls and data than traditional networks. They could use that to make calls cheaper, bringing prices closer to those of fixed-line networks.

BigNick 07-03-05 21:32

Novatel Wireless Merlin V620 EV-DO PC Card Meets Microsoft Standards for Windows Comp
 
Novatel Wireless Merlin V620 EV-DO PC Card Meets Microsoft Standards for Windows Compatibility
Monday March 7, 8:01 am ET
Merlin V620 Delivers High-Quality Computing Experience With Windows(R) Operating Systems


SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--March 7, 2005-- Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL - News), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today announced that its 3G Merlin V620(TM) EV-DO Wireless PC Card Modem received recognition as a Microsoft® certified solution. Microsoft's program helps distinguish reliable and high-quality hardware, firmware, drivers and related software components that provide an outstanding user experience when running on Windows operating systems.
Novatel Wireless' Merlin V620 underwent rigorous testing to ensure it met Microsoft's strict standards for Windows compatibility. The "Designed for Microsoft Windows" logo recommends products that are easy to install and do not cause problems in the Windows environment. In addition, many major retail outlets, corporations and government bodies use Microsoft's certification as purchasing criteria to determine the most reliable, advanced solutions on the market.

"Novatel Wireless is committed to ensuring its products are of the highest quality and meet industry standards, including compatibility with Microsoft Windows," said Dr. Slim Souissi, chief technology officer at Novatel Wireless. "Wireless operators and end-users will benefit by knowing that the Merlin V620 is a Microsoft certified device which will perform optimally on any Windows operating system. Novatel Wireless continues to lead the 3G PC Card market by meeting carrier requirements and developing the most innovative solutions possible."

BigNick 07-03-05 21:33

Novatel Wireless Granted CE Certification for First Generation Ovation 3G Multimedia
 
Novatel Wireless Granted CE Certification for First Generation Ovation 3G Multimedia Application Console
Monday March 7, 8:01 am ET
Ovation MCU1000 Approved for European Markets


SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--March 7, 2005--Novatel Wireless, Inc. (NASDAQ:NVTL - News), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today announced CE certification for the Ovation MCU1000, the first generation in the Ovation(TM) Family of 3G Multimedia Application Consoles.
Ovation is a portfolio of stand-alone desktop consoles that unifies wireless wide area networking (WWAN), wireless local area networking (WLAN), circuit switch cellular voice and voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) technologies to provide cost-effective high-speed wireless broadband access, optimal call routing and the delivery of multimedia applications. The first platform in the Ovation family will provide broadband WWAN Internet access and advanced WLAN networking, and will be targeted at small- to medium-sized businesses, small office/home office (SOHO) users, corporate workgroups and residential customers in Europe. It will be distributed through tier-one European operators.

The Conversa software suite in the Ovation MCU1000 is designed to support innovative features that provide a rich end-user experience and optimize performance of the console through the following:

Broadband WWAN Internet Access - provides user-friendly wireless broadband access to the Internet, email, corporate networks and virtual private networks (VPNs).
Advanced WLAN Networking - allows residential and SOHO users to use Ovation to connect multiple devices including desktop PCs, laptops and other WiFi-enabled peripheral devices to wireless broadband Internet access from every office or room.
Location Based Services Support - built with location-based billing technology that assists carriers in managing network utilization and allows them to have far greater control over billing.
Advanced Security Firewalls - enables enterprises to safely share company documents and securely access email, the Internet and corporate information.
"Achieving CE Certification is a significant milestone in the rapid development of our Ovation product line," said Peter Leparulo, chief executive officer for Novatel Wireless. "We're very pleased with the progress and traction of our comprehensive product and technology strategy, which significantly increases our addressable market and expands our product portfolio. Ovation allows our installed base of operators to deliver new solutions and services to a growing broadband marketplace."

CE Marking enables Novatel Wireless to freely market the Ovation MCU1000 throughout the European market. This indicates that the Ovation MCU1000 conforms to a set of requirements that ensure safety, public health and consumer protection.

About Ovation Family of 3G Multimedia Application Consoles Powered
by Conversa

The Ovation Family of 3G Multimedia Application Consoles is a portfolio of stand-alone desktop consoles integrated with GSM, UMTS, 802.11b/g, voice and/or VoIP technology to provide broadband data and voice communications and the delivery of multimedia applications. Ovation is powered by Conversa, a software suite developed by Novatel Wireless that will offer broadband WWAN Internet access, advanced WLAN networking, analog voice calling and intelligent routing depending on quality of service and cost, multimedia application support, advanced security firewalls and protocol flexibility.

For further information on Novatel Wireless' Ovation Family of 3G Multimedia Application Consoles powered by Conversa, please visit http://www.novatelwireless.com/produ...ion/index.html

Note: Editors can download photos and logos of Ovation by visiting: http://www.novatelwireless.com/about.../presskit.html

BigNick 07-03-05 21:36

Allora nessuno sa dirmi niente a proposito dell "attrezzo" ?
 
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sono quasi convinto possa essere il nuovo prodotto che presenterà Vodafone al Cebit, se non sbaglio Skyknight lavora nel settore "Wireless" magari può dirci qualcosa di più..... :rolleyes:

dagoweb 08-03-05 17:57

Il mio piccolo contributo.
 
"3G to the desktop: Novatel introduces Ovation

Matthew Miller, Special Projects Editor -- EDN, 11/11/2004

Novatel Wireless today previewed a family of CPE (customer premise equipment) devices it calls 3G multimedia application consoles. The first Ovation product—essentially a modem/router that connects to the Internet using a 3G cellular technology instead of cable or DSL—offers the user wireless-networking and call-routing features.

On the WAN side, the device supports the UMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunications System) 3G technology, which provides bandwidth as high as 384 kbps downstream and 64 kbps upstream. On the LAN side, the device offers 802.11g connectivity to PCs and other peripherals. Meanwhile, the vendor states that the device can route calls from both corded and cordless phones to either a circuit-switched GSM/UMTS connection or a UMTS-based VoIP (voice over Internet protocol) connection. The device also offers firewall features.

The initial Ovation targets both home and business users and will be sold in the European market starting in 2005. The device runs on a Novatel-developed software platform called Conversa. That platform, the company claims, offers ample flexibility to spin out future Ovation products that use EDGE (Enhanced Data for GSM Evolution), CDMA 1xEV-DO, HSDPA (High-Speed Downlink Packet Access), and even WiMAX for the WAN connection.

The company doesn't appear to seriously expect 3G to compete with cable and DSL for home and business users. Stating that 3G access offers higher speed than dial-up and ISDN connections, Novatel notes that the product may appeal to customers who live in areas not served by DSL or cable."

Avevo un po' di tempo e allora mi sono messo a studiare ... :D

Ho evidenziato quali sono gli aspetti importanti (per me).
Le due affermazioni sono legate tra di loro, perche' con una velocita' di connessione (lato WAN) di quel tipo non puo' che rivolgersi a coloro che hanno connessioni dial-up o isdn e non hanno l'opportunita' di passare alla adsl/fibra.
Se il WiMAX diventasse realta' il discorso cambierebbe radicalmente ...

BigNick 09-03-05 20:24

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"3G to the desktop: Novatel introduces Ovation

Matthew Miller, Special Projects Editor -- EDN, 11/11/2004

Novatel Wireless today previewed a family of CPE (customer premise equipment) devices it calls 3G multimedia application consoles. The first Ovation product—essentially a modem/router that connects to the Internet using a 3G cellular technology instead of cable or DSL—offers the user wireless-networking and call-routing features.

On the WAN side, the device supports the UMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunications System) 3G technology, which provides bandwidth as high as 384 kbps downstream and 64 kbps upstream. On the LAN side, the device offers 802.11g connectivity to PCs and other peripherals. Meanwhile, the vendor states that the device can route calls from both corded and cordless phones to either a circuit-switched GSM/UMTS connection or a UMTS-based VoIP (voice over Internet protocol) connection. The device also offers firewall features.

The initial Ovation targets both home and business users and will be sold in the European market starting in 2005. The device runs on a Novatel-developed software platform called Conversa. That platform, the company claims, offers ample flexibility to spin out future Ovation products that use EDGE (Enhanced Data for GSM Evolution), CDMA 1xEV-DO, HSDPA (High-Speed Downlink Packet Access), and even WiMAX for the WAN connection.

The company doesn't appear to seriously expect 3G to compete with cable and DSL for home and business users. Stating that 3G access offers higher speed than dial-up and ISDN connections, Novatel notes that the product may appeal to customers who live in areas not served by DSL or cable."

Avevo un po' di tempo e allora mi sono messo a studiare ... :D

Ho evidenziato quali sono gli aspetti importanti (per me).
Le due affermazioni sono legate tra di loro, perche' con una velocita' di connessione (lato WAN) di quel tipo non puo' che rivolgersi a coloro che hanno connessioni dial-up o isdn e non hanno l'opportunita' di passare alla adsl/fibra.
Se il WiMAX diventasse realta' il discorso cambierebbe radicalmente ...

ma secondo te il prodotto che presenterà domani Vodafone al Cebit sarà l'"Ovation" di Novatel ?

sarebbe un bel colpo, intanto oggi si muove controtendenza.... :) :)

dagoweb 10-03-05 11:26

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ma secondo te il prodotto che presenterà domani Vodafone al Cebit sarà l'"Ovation" di Novatel ?

sarebbe un bel colpo, intanto oggi si muove controtendenza.... :) :)

Potrebbe essere quello il prodotto, visto le caratteristiche di "athome" e di "ovation" ...
... non resta che aspettare il cebit.

Bel movimento ieri ... :yes:

BigNick 10-03-05 14:02

Novatel Wireless Demonstrates Advanced High-Speed Broadband Access Solutions During C
 
Novatel Wireless Demonstrates Advanced High-Speed Broadband Access Solutions During CeBIT 2005
Thursday March 10, 2:00 am ET


HANNOVER, Germany--(BUSINESS WIRE)--March 10, 2005--Novatel Wireless, Inc. (NASDAQ:NVTL - News), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, will showcase a diversified portfolio of next-generation solutions during CeBIT 2005 in Hannover, Germany on March 10-16. The Novatel Wireless products to be demonstrated at CeBIT include:
Ovation MCU1000(TM) 3G Multimedia Application Console - The Ovation MCU1000 enables advanced wireless local area networking (WLAN) of multiple laptop computers and other peripheral devices from any room within a home or office to provide broadband wireless wide area network (WWAN) Internet access on 2100 MHz band Universal Mobile Telecommunications Service (UMTS) networks. Developed as a high-speed broadband alternative to dial-up and integrated services digital network (ISDN), Ovation MCU1000(TM) will be targeted at small- to medium-sized businesses, small office/home office (SOHO) users, corporate workgroups and residential customers in Europe. Ovation MCU1000 was recently CE certified and will be distributed through tier-one European operators.

Merlin U630 Wireless PC Card Modem - The Merlin U630 is a second-generation 3G quad band PC Card, offering wireless broadband access on the UMTS 2100 MHz band in Asia, Europe and the Middle East and on 900, 1800 and 1900 MHz band GPRS or GSM networks globally. The Merlin U630 is currently available through Vodafone Germany, Vodafone Group Plc's largest subsidiary with roughly 27 million customers, Vodacom in South Africa and is in multiple network trials globally.

Merlin U530 Wireless PC Card Modem - The Merlin U530 provides wireless data access to email, the Internet and corporate databases on 2100/900/1800 MHz band UMTS/GPRS/GSM networks in Asia, Europe and the Middle East. The Merlin U530 is available from 13 operators in 16 countries throughout Asia, Europe and the Middle East.

"Novatel Wireless is leading the market with advanced broadband access solutions and CeBIT is the perfect venue to demonstrate the breadth of our product portfolio," said Peter Leparulo, chief executive officer for Novatel Wireless. "We are excited to demonstrate the market advantages that 3G broadband access and innovative converged wireless solutions present to operators and the convenience and flexibility they provide to their customers."

BigNick 10-03-05 20:56

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Potrebbe essere quello il prodotto, visto le caratteristiche di "athome" e di "ovation" ...
... non resta che aspettare il cebit.

Bel movimento ieri ... :yes:

ciao Dago, per domani al Cebit è previsto uno special event UMTS di Vodafone

http://www.cebit.de/extendedsearch.h...suchen.y=7&x=1

Type of Event: Special Event
Title: Special Event
UMTS Special

Location: Hall 6, Stand E30
Date: Friday 11.03.2005, 17:00-18:00 o'clock

S P E R E M ! :bow:

BigNick 10-03-05 21:09

Fresca fresca da Vodafone
 
http://www.vodafone.com/assets/files...100305_eng.pdf

CEBIT 2005 Vodafone's 'At Home' product family offers low-cost alternatives to the landline network > Vodafone At Home: for simple, convenient and low cost calls from home > Vodafone At Home Web: high-speed and inexpensive internet access via UMTS > Vodafone At Home Talk & Web: a combined solution for low-cost calls and high-speed internet access to be launched in Q2 > Vodafone is testing all products with landline numbers from Q2 2005 onwards Hanover, 10 March 2005. Vodafone customers will soon be able to profit from the simplicity and flexibility of mobile communication solutions at home. To make this possible, Vodafone is launching an inexpensive and uncomplicated alternative to the landline network at CeBIT. It's called 'At Home'. The 'At Home' concept comprises three modules that satisfy different customer requirements: 'Vodafone At Home', the telephony module, has performed very well in trials since November 2004. 'Vodafone At Home Web', which is being launched today, offers high-speed home surfing at a reasonable data tariff with the UMTS data card, and 'Vodafone At Home Talk & Web' is the simple and low-cost combined solution for telephony and high-speed internet that will be launched in Q2. All fixed network devices, such as phone, fax, answerphone and PC, are connected up to a special box. These flexible Vodafone At Home solutions are the low-cost alternative to the classic fixed network service. Vodafone believes that considerable growth potential exists, not only in the voice telephony market, but also in the area of home internet access. "Almost 90% of total call minutes are still made via the landline network. At the same time, demand for broadband internet access is growing fast. We want to profit from both these developments," said Friedrich Joussen, Chief Operating Officer of Vodafone D2.
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Low-cost rates for calls to the landline network and a rate per minute of 25 cents German mobile networks are cornerstones of the 'Vodafone At Home' tariff, which has been available on a trial basis since the end of 2004. The monthly package price for 'Vodafone At Home' of only € 20 includes 1,000 minutes of free talktime for calls to the German landline network1/2 and there is no basic charge. From Q2 2005 onwards, Vodafone will be testing the allocation of landline numbers to Vodafone At Home customers. As is the case with fixed network numbers, the prefixes will depend where the user lives. For example, users in Düsseldorf will have the 0211 prefix, and users in Berlin 030. When CeBIT opens its doors on 10 March, Vodafone will have launched 'Vodafone At Home Web', a special data tariff for the use of the Mobile Connect Card UMTS in the 'At Home Zone'. The monthly package price includes an online volume of 60 hours3 or 5,000 MB3 and the Mobile Connect Card UMTS gives Vodafone customers 100 percent online mobility at home: at their desk, on the sofa or even in the garden. The advantage over traditional landline connections is that the data card can also be used outside the 'At Home Zone'. Customers have the option of additionally booking the Vodafone Time and Vodafone Volume data tariffs. From Q2 onwards, Vodafone's 'Vodafone At Home Talk & Web' will offer customers diverse mobile communication applications in the At Home Zone for especially attractive prices. Existing landline devices such as desk or cordless phones, fax machines, answerphones and PC can be connected up to the box. Customers can simultaneously make a mobile phone call and surf the internet via UMTS at speeds of up to 384 Kbit/s. Vodafone already offers UMTS network coverage in 700 German towns and cities. It's incredibly simple: just plug the box into the mains and connect it up to the existing devices. The home connection between the box and the various PCs or notebooks can also be established very simply via WLAN.
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Facts & figures I. Vodafone At Home1 Monthly free talktime2 �� Calls to the national landline network or to other Vodafone At Home users 1,000 min. Basic monthly charge None Monthly package price �� Billing increments 60/603 € 20 Standard price per subsequent minute2�� Calls to the national landline network or to other Vodafone At Home users € 0.04 Rate per minute for calls to all German mnetworks2€ 0.25 National text message price4€ 0.20 Calls to the mailbox or customer hotline Free One-time connection fee € 24.95 1 One-month minimum term; subject to a two-week term of notice. The contract may be terminated by the customer on expiry of the minimum term or by Vodafone once only as of 31.05.2005. If the contract is not terminated with due notice, it automatically extends by one further month. Outgoing connections may only be made from the customer address that is registered with Vodafone D2. Incoming connections, as well as outgoing and incoming text messages, can be made until further notice within the Vodafone network; Vodafone D2 reserves the right to also restrict these services to the customer's address. The use of GPRS and UMTS and thus also the use of the services based on these technologies (e.g. MMS, videotelephony, logos, ring tones, ring-up tones, MyAddressBook etc.) is not possible. Other data connections cost € 0.40 per minute. Further rates, particularly the rates for connections/text messages to special-purpose numbers in foreign networks, will be charged at the rates for the Vodafone 50 tariff as per the price list for Vodafone MinutePackages. The Vodafone SecondCard, Foreign Network, Happy tariff options and SMS Packages are not bookable. The customer may not switch to another mobile communications tariff. The offer is limited until 31.03.2005. 2 National calls from the Vodafone D2 network not including data connections or calls to special-purpose numbers. Unused free talktime minutes cannot be transferred to the subsequent month. 60/60 billing increments (see 3.) when the free talktime minutes have been used up. 3 With 60/60 billing increments, each fractional minute of the call is billed as a whole minute. 4 Text messages sent from the German Vodafone network to all German mobile networks with the exception of text messages to special-purpose numbers or premium services and providers.
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II. Vodafone At Home Web Vodafone At Home Web Prices in euro, including VAT Volume1,4Time1,4Basic monthly charge216.99 16.99 Inclusive price216.95 16.95 Credit within the Vodafone At Home zone 5,000 MB 60 h Rate3 within the Vodafone At Home zone 5 when credit is used up 0.25/MB 0.25/10 min. 1.86/10 min. 1.86/MB Rate6 outside the Vodafone At Home zone Or as per additionally booked Vodafone Time/Volume tariff options 1. Only for use with a GPRS/UMTS-capable terminal device. This tariff option with a 24-month minimum term is only available to customers with a Vodafone BusinessDataPro6 data card (not for voice services) subject to the following terms: one-time connection fee of € 24.95, 24-month minimum term from the date when the tariff option is booked, basic monthly charge €6.96 or, if the tariff option is not booked, € 5.80 minimum volume (valid for national connections/text messages/MMS messages, not including special-purpose numbers). The tariff options and data card can be cancelled with 3 months' notice. Notice of termination can only be made to the end of the second year of the contract. Unless notice of termination given, the tariff option or data card contract automatically extends for a further year. Other rates are shown in the data card price list. 2. The basic monthly charge and inclusive price do not include the data card charges (see 1.). 3. Valid for national incoming and outgoing data packages in the Vodafone network via APN web.vodafone.de to the customer address that is registered with Vodafone D2 (as the Vodafone At Home Zone). Unused free data volume/ talktime is no longer valid after the expiry of the billing period. Billing increments for data volume/ talktime and subsequent rate: for Vodafone At Home Time, 10-minute increments, for Vodafone At Home Volume, the volume is rounded up to the next full MB data block at the end of each connection and at least every 24 hours. 4. The Vodafone At Home Time and Vodafone At Home Volume tariff options can be booked until 30.09.2005. 5. After each data connection, Vodafone D2 checks whether the customer is within or outside the At Home Zone for billing purposes. 6. Valid for national incoming and outgoing data traffic and for terminal connections to APN web.vodafone.de, wap.vodafone.de and corporate.vodafone.de. Billing increments as per 3. 7. Vodafone Time or Volume data tariff options can be booked in conjunction with a Vodafone BusinessDataPro5 data card (see 1). 24-month minimum term, monthly inclusive price € 9.86/34.80/69.90/110.20, national volume of free credit 2/10/30/100 hours or 10/50/150/500 MB. Use-dependent charges will be incurred when the free credit has been used up for data packages of € 1.86/1.28/0.93/0.82 per 10 minutes or per MB, precise billing at the end of each connection per 10 minute or 100 KB increment and at least every 24 hours. The Vodafone Time XXL 100 and Vodafone Volume 500 tariff options can be booked until 31.03.2005.
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III. Vodafone At Home Talk & Web box �� 3 adapters for analogue telephone, fax and answerphone �� Ethernet port (10/100BaseT Ethernet) for the connection of a stationary PC �� WLAN router for wireless connection of laptops etc. as per 802.11g and b with speeds of up to 54 Mbit/s �� Data connections with up to 384 Kbit/s (if UMTS network coverage is available) �� Full WLAN access point functionality: user administration, NAT, firewall, routing, IP filter, PN, VPN pass through, TCP/IP protocol stack, configurable SSID �� USB 2.0 printer port with printer server �� Configuration of internet options on the PC with Configuration Wizard �� LED status displays for power on/off, WLAN on/off, UMTS reception strength �� 230 volt mains adapter �� Connection for optional, external UMTS antennae

BigNick 11-03-05 06:41

x Tremaui
 
che sono tutti sti form 4 ?

http://www.nasdaq.com/asp/quotes_sec...&selected=NVTL

ciao !

BigNick

SkyKnight 11-03-05 11:44

La presentazione di Ovation al CeBit inizia ad avere una buona risonanza! Firmato un accordo di fornitura per O2. :clap:

Bye by Sté :bow:

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Novatel Wireless and O2 Germany Sign Supply Agreement for Ovation MCU1000 3G Wireless Multimedia Application Consoles
Friday March 11, 2:00 am ET
Ovation MCU1000 Provides Broadband Access for Home, SOHO and Enterprise Markets

SAN DIEGO & MUNICH, Germany--(BUSINESS WIRE)--March 11, 2005-- Novatel Wireless, Inc. (NASDAQ:NVTL - News), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, and O2 (Germany) GmbH & Co today announced they have signed a frame agreement for the purchase of mobile communications equipment which includes the supply of Novatel Wireless' new Ovation MCU1000(TM) 3G Wireless Multimedia Application Consoles powered by Conversa(TM) software suite. O2 Germany will brand the product Surf@home. In connection with the agreement, O2 Germany has issued a purchase order for initial deployment.

Surf@home is a stand-alone desktop device that unifies the O2 3G Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS) network with 802.11b/g wireless local area networking (WLAN) to provide cost-effective high-speed wireless broadband access.

Designed for residential, small office/home office (SOHO) and enterprise users, Surf@home provides high-speed wireless broadband access to email, the Internet and corporate networks through secure virtual private networks (VPNs) using multiple devices, including desktop PCs, WiFi enabled laptops and other peripheral devices.

The Conversa software suite in Surf@home is designed to support innovative features that provide a rich end-user experience and optimize the performance of Surf@home, including:

* Broadband WWAN Internet Access. Conversa will provide user-friendly wireless broadband access to the Internet, email, corporate networks and VPNs.
* Advanced WLAN Networking. Conversa will allow residential and SOHO users to use Surf@home to connect multiple devices including desktop PCs or laptops to wireless broadband Internet access from every office or room.
* Advanced Security Firewalls. Conversa will enable enterprises to safely and securely access email, the Internet and corporate information, while sharing company documents and conducting secure teleconferencing.

With wireless broadband data speeds up to 384 kbps on the O2 UMTS network - approximately six times faster than dial-up - Surf@home offers a superior cost and performance alternative to dial-up and Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) connections.

"O2 Germany worked closely with Novatel Wireless to help develop Surf@home for our customers, helping to meet a growing demand for affordable broadband access alternatives to dial-up and ISDN connections," said Helge Alter, Vice President Devices & Applications at O2 Germany. "Novatel Wireless is leading the industry in converged WWAN/WLAN devices. As the first operator to introduce a wireless multimedia application device with WLAN and UMTS connectivity, O2 Germany clearly demonstrates its commitment to deliver innovative solutions that leverage the benefits of 3G/UMTS."

"O2 has helped drive the acceptance of UMTS across Europe and we are pleased that they will launch Ovation MCU1000 and bring its customers feature-rich solutions that leverage 3G connectivity," said Peter Leparulo, CEO of Novatel Wireless. "By broadening our product portfolio with the Ovation product line powered by Conversa software suite, it enables Novatel Wireless to further expand its role as the global leader in wireless broadband access solutions."

O2 will provide live demonstrations of Surf@home at CeBit in Hannover, Germany, March 10 to 16 in stand B26, Hall 12. Novatel Wireless will also demonstrate the Ovation MCU1000(TM) in booth A3, stand C38, Hall 13.

Novatel Wireless specializes in high-speed wireless broadband access solutions. The company has an extensive global network of wireless operators and technology channels throughout Asia, Europe and North America.

About Ovation Family of 3G Multimedia Application Consoles Powered by Conversa

The Ovation Family of 3G Multimedia Application Consoles is a portfolio of stand-alone desktop consoles integrated with GSM, UMTS, 802.11b/g, voice and/or VoIP technology to provide broadband data and voice communications and the delivery of multimedia applications. Ovation is powered by Conversa, a software suite developed by Novatel Wireless that will offer broadband WWAN Internet access, advanced WLAN networking, analog voice calling and intelligent routing depending on quality of service and cost, multimedia application support, advanced security firewalls and protocol flexibility.

tremaui 11-03-05 12:52

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che sono tutti sti form 4 ?

http://www.nasdaq.com/asp/quotes_sec...&selected=NVTL

ciao !

BigNick

ciao

in parte sono stock option ed incentivi quindi abbastanza regolare poi alcune son vendite ma qui nasce il casino c'è una sorta di travaso da insider a istituzionali non ultima l'entrata di FIDELITY MANAGEMENT&RESERCH nel capitale di NVTL poi ce ne sono un'altro paio di fondi quindi monitorerei + il movimento di sudetti che degli insider che hanno sempre meno voce in capitolo ormai il float è in mano agli istituzionali al 95% :)

BigNick 11-03-05 20:31

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Originalmente inviato da tremaui
ciao

in parte sono stock option ed incentivi quindi abbastanza regolare poi alcune son vendite ma qui nasce il casino c'è una sorta di travaso da insider a istituzionali non ultima l'entrata di FIDELITY MANAGEMENT&RESERCH nel capitale di NVTL poi ce ne sono un'altro paio di fondi quindi monitorerei + il movimento di sudetti che degli insider che hanno sempre meno voce in capitolo ormai il float è in mano agli istituzionali al 95% :)

cazzarola 95% :eek: , se ci sono dentro loro allora sono tranquillo, prima o poi dovranno vendere le loro azioni al parco buoi :D

grazie Tremaui, e un grazie a Skyknight per la news

OK!

per SkyKnight: hai capito esattamente cos'è sto Ovation e se si, pensi che possa avere successo ?

BigNick 13-03-05 20:51

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http://www.digitimes.com/news/a20050311PR200.html

CeBIT: O2 brings UMTS Internet access to homes

Vyacheslav Sobolev, DigiTimes.com, Hannover [Friday 11 March 2005]

After one year of waiting, O2 (Germany), a German subsidiary of UK-based mobile service provider mmO2, is finally ready to market its new service called Surf@home, the company said at CeBIT. The offering includes Internet access via wireless modem connected to O2’s UMTS mobile network, introduced in March 2004 at last year’s CeBIT. At that time, the company expected to launch the Surf@home service in the autumn of last year.

The Surf@home service targets the mass market and is positioned as a replacement for ISDN and Dial-up fixed-line services, O2 stated. Users of the new service can surf the Internet for as little as 0.92 euro cents per minute at speeds of up to 384Kbit/s, according to the company. Higher speeds are expected next year, with the next generation of UMTS devices. Existing subscribers can already order the service, but the hardware will be delivered starting from April 15. For new customers, the Surf@home service will probably be available in mid-May, O2 said.

The UMTS modem for Surf@home operates at a frequency of 2.1GHz and uses wired Ethernet or a Wi-Fi connection to PCs. In line with the needs of both home and office users, it has built-in security features including WEP and WPA encoding support, and a firewall with port and URL filters. The operating systems supported are Windows 2000, Windows XP and the Mac OS. According to industry sources, the modem is manufactured by Taiwanese company SerComm and is based on the Ovation” platform designed by US-based Novatel Wireless. The device is priced for end-users at 49.95 euros.

The current version of the modem is 256x145x37mm and weighs 600g. Smaller and lighter devices are already on the way and prototypes of them are being displayed at O2’s CeBIT booth. Availability is expected at the end of this year or later. According to O2 representatives, the company is forecasting the new service will attract at least a few tens of thousands of subscribers this year. The group is also evaluating the potential for the same service to be offered in the UK and Ireland.

49.95 euro ? possibile ? mi sembra pochino per quello che fà non credete ?
:rolleyes:

BigNick 17-03-05 20:04

brutta candela oggi, tanto brutta quanto inaspettata..

e intanto da Vodafone non è arrivata alcuna notizia ufficiale...

:rolleyes:

BigNick 20-03-05 21:50

Insider
 
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sbaglio o questi continuano a vendere ?

BigNick 22-03-05 21:27

articoletto interessante sull'UMTS
 
per chi vuole fare un po' di chiarezza su quello che può essere il business dell'UMTS:

http://www.3gamericas.org/English/Te.../QA/umtsqa.cfm

non lo posto perchè è un po' lunghetto...

bullish 23-03-05 17:19

FRANKFURT (Dow Jones)--Vodafone Group PLC's (VOD.LN) German subsidiary Wednesday confirmed it has awarded a contract to U.S. firm Novatel Wireless Inc. (NVTL) for home equipment that operates third-generation network services.

The equipment, a communications box that carries the Vodafone brand, is part of Vodafone Germany's so-called "At Home" service, that attempts to encourage German consumers to cancel their fixed-line subscriptions.

A Vodafone Germany spokeswoman, confirming industry speculation, Wednesday said Novatel has secured the contract but declined to provide further details.

Earlier in March at the CeBIT electronics fair in Hanover, where British company Vodafone showcased its At Home service, Vodafone declined to unveil the name of the maker of the box.

The communications box lets consumers make calls, receive faxes and surf the Internet through Vodafone Germany's wireless network, doing away with the need for a fixed-line connection in the home. It may extend the service beyond Germany.

Vodafone Germany has said the box will cost around EUR500 and will go on sale this summer.


Ciao

BigNick 23-03-05 20:57

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FRANKFURT (Dow Jones)--Vodafone Group PLC's (VOD.LN) German subsidiary Wednesday confirmed it has awarded a contract to U.S. firm Novatel Wireless Inc. (NVTL) for home equipment that operates third-generation network services.

The equipment, a communications box that carries the Vodafone brand, is part of Vodafone Germany's so-called "At Home" service, that attempts to encourage German consumers to cancel their fixed-line subscriptions.

A Vodafone Germany spokeswoman, confirming industry speculation, Wednesday said Novatel has secured the contract but declined to provide further details.

Earlier in March at the CeBIT electronics fair in Hanover, where British company Vodafone showcased its At Home service, Vodafone declined to unveil the name of the maker of the box.

The communications box lets consumers make calls, receive faxes and surf the Internet through Vodafone Germany's wireless network, doing away with the need for a fixed-line connection in the home. It may extend the service beyond Germany.

Vodafone Germany has said the box will cost around EUR500 and will go on sale this summer.


Ciao

ciao Bullish, grazie per la news, puoi darmi anche il link per cortesia, non l'ho trovata da nessuna parte e mi sembra un'ottima notizia :)

BigNick 23-03-05 22:36

Trovato !
 
http://news.morningstar.com/news/DJ/...INE000616.html


:)

Clau 23-03-05 22:45

Vodafone Germania: Novatel Fornisce 'Nel paese 'La Sezione comandi Di Serviziohttp://im.morningstar.com/im/rule3.gifhttp://im.morningstar.com/im/dot_clear.gif
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03-23-05 11:31 EST -(Dow Jones de FRANCOFORTE) - il gruppo che di Vodafone i PLC's (VOD.ln) mercoledì sussidario tedesco lo hanno confermato ha assegnato un contratto negli STATI UNITI Novatel costante inc senza fili. (NVTL) per apparecchiatura domestica che funziona i servizi di rete della terzo-generazione.

L'apparecchiatura, comunicazioni inscatola che trasporta la marca di Vodafone, fa parte di cosiddetto "nel paese" servizio di Vodafone Germania, che tenta di consigliare ai consumatori tedeschi annullare i loro abbonamenti della fisso-linea.

Uno spokeswoman di Vodafone Germania, la speculazione di conferma di industria, Novatel detto mercoledì ha assicurato il contratto ma ha rifiutato di fornire ulteriori particolari.

Più presto in marzo all'elettronica di CeBIT giusta a Hannover, in cui l'azienda britannica Vodafone showcased il relativo nel paese servizio, Vodafone ha rifiutato di rivelare il nome del creatore della scatola.

La scatola di comunicazioni lascia i consumatori fare le chiamate, ricevere i faxes e surf il Internet attraverso la rete senza fili di Vodafone Germania, abolente l'esigenza di un collegamento della fisso-linea nella sede. Può estendere il servizio oltre la Germania.

Vodafone Germania ha detto che la scatola costerà intorno a EUR500 ed andrà sulla vendita questa estate.

Luoghi di fotoricettore dell'azienda: http://www.vodafone.de;

http://www.novatelwireless.com


SkyKnight 23-03-05 23:06

Bel movimento oggi :clap: era ora! OK!

bye by Sté :bow:

Clau 23-03-05 23:18

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bella ????

BELLISSIMA !!!! OK! OK!


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BigNick 24-03-05 07:48

Era davvero "l'attrezzo" di cui parlava Vodafone !
 
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per valutarne le potenzialità e l'effetto che potrà avere sul fatturato di Novatel Wireless

sarà un successo o un flop ?

capire innanzitutto a cosa serve e quale potrà essere l'accettazione da parte dei consumatori, stiamo parlando di wwan wlan voice voip

http://www.novatelwireless.com/produ...ion/index.html :confused:

chi mi dà una mano ?

vi dò un primo spunto, questo annuncio di vodafone può avere qualcosa a che fare con "l'attrezzo" ?

http://www.vodafone.com/article_with...254189,00.html


grazie a chi vorrà contribuire

BigNick

"l'attrezzo" è stato confermato, adesso però deve avere successo per portare benefici...

sperem !

BigNick

ChartMan 24-03-05 09:27

Citazione:

Originalmente inviato da Clau
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bella ????

BELLISSIMA !!!! OK! OK!


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bello questo grafico, ma come lo fai? bisogna avere una membership?

Your Ffaiper 24-03-05 11:50

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Citazione:

Originalmente inviato da BigNick
"l'attrezzo" è stato confermato, adesso però deve avere successo per portare benefici...

sperem !

BigNick


se supera 11,27,,,sma 200 oraria,,di colore giallo,,ke la respinta tre volte,,negli ultimi movimenti potrebbe andare come primo step a 13$,,,,facendo un reverse daily

grafico orario,,,,,

BigNick 25-03-05 07:29

X Tremaui
 
avresti mica una situazione short aggiornata per cortesia ?

mi sà che yahoo è un po' indietro...

grazie

BigNick :bow:

SkyKnight 25-03-05 12:25

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bello questo grafico, ma come lo fai? bisogna avere una membership?

nessuna membership.... io li ho fatti senza problemi ^^

bye by Sté :bow:

BigNick 26-03-05 07:05

Per farsi un idea sui costi e benefici dell "attrezzo"...
 
non è opera mia, trovato su Yahoo

"...Funny how we in North America think that the Ovations is too expensive! Lets compare them to what Germans are paying for fixed lines shall we:

Home Office, M-F, 7 - 7 Voice Calls and Internet:

4 day Waiting Time
Phone Connection Fee = e59
Monthly ISDN Fee = e23.6

ISDN Set-up Fee = e51.57
60 hours NET = 3600 *.15 euro cents = e54
1000 Min Voice = 1000 *~.045 euro cents = e45

Approximately e122.5 per month, or e1471.2 per year + e110.57 one time set up charges


Vodafone Talk and Web:

Set-Up Fee = e24.95
Ovation Box = e500

1000 min Voice = e20
60 hour Net = e16.99

Approximately = e37 per month or e443.88 in first year + e500 Ovation Box cost + e24.95 one time set-up.

That is a savings of $1027.32 per year! Now if I am a German, I would be lining up for this box! This thing should sell bonanzas! Can't wait for NVTL and Vodafone to talk about the numbers and the growth/value proposition. I was thinking 8% of 150 million EMEA base in 2008; we shall have to wait and see what THEY think!

Reference materials:

Vodafone Tariffs: http://tinyurl.com/4tcce
Life In Germany - Getting a Line: http://tinyurl.com/4ze9q
Telephone and Internet - Munich: http://tinyurl.com/6z2pk
Germany Telephone Tarriffs: http://tinyurl.com/4ntrk
"

BigNick 26-03-05 07:17

Vodafone Starts Wireline Attack, First In Germany
 
http://www.cellular-news.com/story/12264.shtml

FOCUS: Vodafone Starts Wireline Attack, First In Germany

HANOVER, Germany (Dow Jones)--Vodafone Group PLC (VOD) Thursday unveiled a service it hopes will encourage consumers to cancel their fixed-line phones, boosting growth in its mature European markets and usage of its third-generation network.

The U.K. mobile operator has come up with a communications box that lets consumers make calls, receive faxes and surf the Internet through its wireless network, doing away with the need for a fixed-line connection in the home. It may extend the service beyond Germany.

Vodafone is launching the product as telecom operators talk up the potential of converged wireless and fixed-line services. BT Group PLC (BT) this spring plans to offer a phone that allows people to make calls on the fixed network but reverts to a mobile when they leave the home. MmO2 PLC's (OOM) Genion service enables consumers to call at cheaper fixed-line rates on their mobile phone when they're at home.

Vodafone, Europe's largest mobile operator, presented the gadget at the CeBIT electronics fair, saying it hopes it encourages Germans to cancel their fixed-line accounts, most of which are with incumbent operator Deutsche Telekom AG (DT). This latest move will also see Vodafone compete with its own German wireline unit Arcor.

The residential service, dubbed "At Home," will run over the 3G network, which is underutilized as mass-market take-up of 3G is still far off. The box will hit German shops in the summer, and Vodafone plans to launch in other countries, too, but it won't come cheap - EUR500 is the likely price.

"Any kind of way to fill their almost empty 3G spectrum will benefit Vodafone's profitability," said Karl Deutsch, a Zurich-based telecom consultant at A.T. Kearney. "But they need to come up with some kind of proper forward-pricing model for this box. There won't be any appetite for a EUR500 box."

To use the service, consumers plug the box into an electricity socket and attach any fixed-line phone, fax or computer.

"We don't have the exact pricing yet, but it will likely be over EUR500," Vodafone Germany Chief Operating Officer Friedrich Joussen said.

With "At Home," consumers get a flat-rate voice subscription for EUR20 a month including a fixed-line number. For EUR34 more a month, they get Internet access. The transmission isn't as fast as a fixed-line digital subscriber line connection, but transmission speeds of 350 kilobytes a second are around six times the pace of an ISDN dial-up.

"Nine out of 10 (German) phone calls are made through the fixed-line," said Juergen van Kuczkowski, who heads Vodafone's German unit, adding Vodafone is determined to get a piece of this pie.

Convergence of fixed and mobile services has mostly been pushed by companies that own only part of the telecom infrastructure, with mmO2 quick out of the blocks. The success of mmO2's Genion service in Germany is widely seen as contributing to the turnaround at the German unit.

"I believe that this box is Vodafone's preemptive strike" in anticipation of what fixed-to-mobile operators might be able to offer in the future in terms of convergence, said KPN Mobile Chief Executive Guy Demuynck.

KPN has said that it will integrate fixed and mobile service product offerings in its home market, the Netherlands. In markets where it doesn't own a fixed network, KPN aims to strike alliances to be able to sell converged products, he said.

At CeBIT, German Internet service provider Freenet.de AG (FRN.XE) announced that it has signed a deal with KPN's German unit E-Plus. Freenet customers can now buy a phone that makes phone calls for free through the Internet at home, and that roams over E-Plus network outside the homes.

Vodafone's ambitions for its fixed-line product go beyond Germany. "While mobile operators have been boasting for years that mobile data should take off with UMTS, voice has remained the core of its business...so going directly after the fixed-line customers in mature markets, makes sense," said consultant Deutsch.

"Vodafone is running tests for this service in different countries," said von Kuczkowski. "Depending on the test results, I could imagine the group will decide to offer the service in other countries as well," he added. Kuczkowski declined to unveil the countries where Vodafone is running the tests.

Company Web site: http://www.vodafone.com

-By Joon Knapen, Dow Jones Newswires; +49-69-29725509; joon.knapen@dowjones.com


(END) Dow Jones Newswires

BigNick 27-03-05 20:17

Altro articoletto trovato sul San Diego Union Tribune
 
http://www.signonsandiego.com/uniont...24novatel.html

Novatel wins pact, shares leap 10%

By Kathryn Balint
STAFF WRITER

March 24, 2005

Shares of Novatel Wireless rose 10 percent yesterday on reports that the San Diego-based maker of modems for cell phones has been awarded a contract by Vodafone Group's German operation.

Novatel shares closed at $11.15, up $1.02.

Though company spokeswoman Kim Haneke would not disclose terms of the contract, industry analysts say the deal is a major win for Novatel.

The contract is for Novatel's Ovation-brand consoles, which wirelessly transmit calls from traditional telephones and provide high-speed Internet access. Vodafone is the largest wireless service provider in Europe.

The contract between the two companies had been widely anticipated after Vodafone unveiled Novatel's latest console at an electronics trade show two weeks ago in Germany.

At Vodafone's booth at the show, the two companies demonstrated how Novatel's console could transmit calls from traditional telephones and could provide Internet access for desktop and laptop computers. The console can send data at speeds about seven times faster than dial-up Internet connections.

Vodafone calls its service "At Home."

The service using Novatel's console is seen as an alternative to the slow dial-up access and expensive digital subscriber line (DSL) access available in Europe. It also offers an alternative to traditional telephone service at home.

Anthony J. Stoss, an analyst with Craig-Hallum Capital Group, called the deal between the two companies "just the start."

Stoss said Novatel will benefit even more once European phone companies upgrade their networks this year to speeds that are 30 times their current levels. He said the company has plans to upgrade its consoles to transmit data at those higher speeds.

"That will **** Ovation completely out of the door," he said. "If you're in Europe right now, nobody has cable modems, only dial-up and DSL, and the DSL guys are gouging you for $80 a month. And your phone company is gouging you for $80 a month. Along come the wireless carriers who can offer both telephone service and high-speed Internet service for $80 a month total."

Novatel introduced its Ovation product line in November. Earlier this month, O2 Germany, another wireless carrier in Germany, awarded Novatel a contract for Ovation consoles. O2 is calling its service using Novatel's console Surf@home.

BigNick 28-03-05 12:29

O2 Surf@home
 
1 Allegato/i
Eccolo qua il nostro attrezzo sul sito della O2

se non lo conoscessi penserei ad una invenzione del CEO della Apple Steve Jobs, lo stile è quello, tanto bianco, linee morbidee pulite...

...potesse avere il successo dell'IPOD.... :D


http://www.o2online.de/o2/kunden/tec...rtalId=4740236

http://www.o2online.de/o2/kunden/tar...ome/index.html

BigNick 29-03-05 22:52

vediamo se tiene i 10.5
 
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grafo orario

BigNick 05-04-05 21:06

Grafico Mensile
 
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si è fermata proprio sulla media 50

BigNick 05-04-05 21:40

Weekly
 
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e anche qui sembra esserci una media (la 200) che supporta il titolo

BigNick 06-04-05 21:06

non capisco se stanno accumulando o stanno preparando un profit warning :eek:

la differenza non è poca... :D

BigNick 06-04-05 22:10

Interessante articolo sul 3g
 
http://wireless.newsfactor.com/story...story_id=32344

3g Arrives: Taking It to the Streets

April 5, 2005 2:36PM

When fully deployed, "3G will reduce the expectation gap and the delivery gap between wireless and wired connections," says Antoine Blondeau, vice president of wireless at Salesforce.com. "The user experience will compare to the Web experience."

Call it the end of downtime -- All those offline hours wasted in useless conference sessions or at the airport -- and the start of rich applications accessible virtually anywhere. Whether your preferred device is a handheld or a notebook, in a year or so 3G networks will effectively reinvent how your mobile enterprise conducts business.
Say, for example, you're at a client site and suddenly discover that you need more details on a consulting project. No problem. You'll turn on your device and connect to the corporate servers that run your enterprise apps. You'll be able to check e-mail and to participate in workgroup projects as if you were at your office. Colleagues may not even know you're off-site because you'll be doing your normal work in the normal way.

That has been the big promise of 3G cellular networks - one that has gone unrealized for half a decade, as cellular carriers postponed deployments and instead rolled out low-speed (30Kbps to 70Kbps) 2.5G networks, which even dial-up modem connections can outrun. 'You can't run rich applications" on 2.5G networks, concedes Kenny Wyatt, assistant vice president of integrated solutions at Sprint PCS .

But this year, carriers are finally starting to make good on their word. The first parts of real 3G networks are already here, offering throughputs between 200Kbps and 400Kbps equivalent to the early DSL networks that revolutionized the home office. Verizon Wireless has deployed the CDMA2000 1xEvDO (evolution, data optimized) technology in no fewer than 15 urban areas and plans to make the service available nationwide by 2007. Sprint PCS promises to start offering its own EvDO service this fall in a handful of cities before expanding nationally. Cingular Wireless now offers in six cities the UMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunications System) service it inherited from AT&T Wireless and plans to roll out a faster HSDPA (High-Speed Downlink Packet Access) service later this year. T-Mobile plans to start deploying HSDPA in 2006.

After carriers have completed their rollouts, 3G should be available broadly enough - and with enough user capacity - for enterpises to rely on it. Between now and then, however, businesses will have to decide whether the available coverage and capacity will be sufficient for their needs. Given the wireless industry's history of overstated claims for earlier-generation data services and its tendency to focus on consumer applications such as downloadable ring tones and camera phones, the question remains whether the carriers will truly follow through on their 3G promises, says Phil Smith, vice president of global solution marketing at IT consultancy Unisys .



EvDO is the 3G technology for CDMA-based networks, such as those used by Verizon and Sprint . UMTS and HSDPA are the 3G technology for GSM-based networks, used by Cingular and T-Mobile. All-you-can-eat service costs approximately $80 per month and typically includes access to 2.5G networks - CDMA2000 1xRTT (Radio Transmission Technology) for CDMA users and GPRS and EDGE (Enhanced Data GSM Environment) for GSM users - to ensure connectivity when users move outside 3G coverage areas.

Although 3G has the potential to revolutionize notebook users' productivity on the road, its benefit for handheld users is less clear, at least in the near term.

Notebook Users: Take Your Office With You

Sandy Potter - vice president of business development at Canvas Systems, a provider of refurbished computer equipment - has experience using 2.5G networks and has found them significantly lacking. They were so slow, she recalls, that she brought her computer into the IT staff because she thought it was failing. Her timing was good: IT was testing an EvDO service and gave her a card. The difference in performance was dramatic.

"It's as though I'm sitting at my desk. It allows me to be out of the office for five or six days and not be backlogged when I come back," Potter says. "It's all about how you can do more deals in the same time - and not have a backlog that takes a weekend to go through or interrupts the group's workflow." Another advantage is that, when visiting clients, Potter and her staff don't have to use the client's network to get broadband access.



"3G provides the potential for enterprise services to run over the wide area network," says Mark Morell, director of strategic marketing for carrier networks at Nortel Networks, which provides the carriers equipment for their 3G systems. "We expect to see mobile users have the same services and capabilities as in their offices."

When fully deployed, "3G will reduce the expectation gap and the delivery gap between wireless and wired connections," says Antoine Blondeau, vice president of wireless at Salesforce.com . "The user experience will compare to the Web experience." And Blondeau speaks from personal experience: "I've had an EvDO card for a while, and it works nicely. I'm using my laptop more often, and I'm doing more complex tasks [over the air] with it."

Oracle , for example, expects the arrival of 3G to change how its customers use Oracle software on the road, says Jacob Christfort, vice president of server technology at the database provider. "In the 2.5G world, we did not see much use of our eBusiness Suite [by mobile users]. 3G will make these Oracle applications available to them," he says. It also should ease the workload for the IT group: With 3G connections, "IT just manages a Web-based application and no longer needs to worry about synchronizing databases since there's no longer a need for a parallel system for mobile users," he says.

For IT, providing 3G access to notebook users is simple: Subscribe to the service and hand out 3G modem cards to users. Novatel Wireless currently offers EvDO and UMTS modem cards and plans to support HSDPA this fall. Sierra Wireless also provides EvDO cards and plans to release UMTS/HSDPA cards in the future. Current 3G modems aren't backward-compatible with 2.5G networks such as 1xRTT and GPRS, so users would need both modems if they frequently travel in non-3G areas. When they lose 3G service, they'll need to swap their 3G modem card with a 2.5G modem card and then connect to the 2.5G network. When they re-enter 3G terrain, they'll need to revert to the 3G card. Fortunately, new models planned for the fall will support both 3G and 2.5G networks, thereby eliminating the need to carry two modem cards.

Users access the corporate services through the same remote-access protocols that any other remote employees would use. "You log in to the network just as if you were using a DSL or cable modem," Nortel's Morell says. That could mean the use of VPNs, Webbased access, or terminal emulation such as Citrix Systems servers - the enterprise uses the same remote-access mechanism provided to users from a home broadband connection, an Internet terminal, or a Wi-Fi hot spot .



In an effort to secure their 3G networks, carriers have tapped technology built into the CDMA and GSM protocols to encrypt over-the-air data and hinder access by snoopers. Customers, however, remain responsible for securing connections from carrier networks through the public Internet and into their enterprise systems and must secure user devices themselves. That means 3G users will have the same security methods - encryption , VPNs, hardware IDs, password challenges, and so forth - as any other remote user supported by their enterprise.

This standard remote-access security could be less than enterprises are used to with messaging services such as those from Research In Motion (RIM) and Good Technology. That's because the messaging services typically provide a high level of encryption and initiate the connection to the device, so the enterprise retains full control over the communications. As is any other remote device, a 3G-connected device is capable of initiating connections itself. And the encryption level implemented by IT may be less than what RIM or Good Technology offer.

The increased reliance on mobile devices encouraged by 3G networks means that IT should consider developing a mobile security policy that includes protecting the device's contents as well as its access to enterprise servers, says Marvin Chartoff, CTO of global infrastructure services at Unisys. Enterprises will also demand the ability to "kill" a lost or stolen device so that its data can no longer be accessed, he adds.

Although disabling a device remotely is possible over 2.5G networks, a faster, more reliable 3G connection "means the minute that I know the device is lost, I can zap it," says Ojas Rege, senior director of mobile solutions at Sybase mobile subsidiary iAnywhere. The faster speeds of 3G increases the chances of the "kill" command being received by the device before the thief prevents that action.

Wi-Fi networks, by contrast, often use inferior security mechanisms, and in many cases not even the basic security has been turned on. Wi-Fi networks can be deployed by almost anyone, so the level of security know-how often varies widely (infoworld.com/2577).

Incremental Gains for Handheld Users

The arrival of 3G will have a less dramatic effect on handheld users because these devices and their applications were designed mainly for offline uses, with occasional synchronization via a cradle or slow cellular connection necessary when the user moves from one location to another.

Good Technology, which provides a messaging service used largely by executives on handheld devices, expects 3G to help bring richer applications to handheld devices. "EvDO and HSDPA will help make GoodAccess take off," says John Friend, CTO of Good Technology.

GoodAccess allows IT to build and deploy applications that connect to back-office products such as SFA and ERP , but the slow 2.5G networks have kept adoption low, Friend notes. (Executives at RIM, makers of the Black-Berry messaging device and service, declined to comment on how the company might take advantage of 3G connections, although in Europe it has used the technology to provide application access similar to GoodAccess.)

Salesforce.corn's Blondeau expects both IT and third-party software developers to start taking high-speed access into consideration as they create mobile applications. That would mean less reliance on storing local data, for example. "The need for a fully asynchronous architecture is reduced," he says.

Blondeau also expects Web services to increasingly support access from handhelds, by using technologies such as DHTML and XML to present an appropriate interface for the handheld's smaller screen and limited input capability - reducing the need for separate mobile applications.

Given that 3G networks will also allow over-the-air management of mobile device, enterprises will be able to upload application and anti-virus updates - files too large to transmit across 2.5G networks. Both Good Technology and RIM already offer management services for their devices. Both devices are part of an overall service that includes a messaging server at the enterprise, so it makes sense for the enterprise to manage that service directly.

For carrier-supplied 3G services, Salesforce.com's Blondeau says it's natural for the carriers to provide such services, rather than having IT deploy it, because carriers will be rolling out multiple applications over multiple devices and thus must figure out the connectivity and management capabilities anyway. Anticipating this demand, Sprint PCS will offer its Managed Mobility Services later this year. In addition to updating software and disabling missing devices, the service will allow IT to provision services to new users, including specifying their capabilities and access rights. Cingular Wireless is contemplating a similar service.

If the carrier provides the management infrastructure, the enterprise still must manage the devices and services using a Web application. But enterprises that prefer not to outsource their management activities don't have to: A few companies - including iAnywhere's XcelleNet division and Intellisync (formerly named Pumatech) provide their own device management platforms that work via Wi-Fi and cellular networks.

The 3G handheld may provide an additional benefit, notes Good Technology's Friend: With a Bluetooth or UWB (Ultra Wideband) wireless connection, a 3G handheld can act as a modem for a laptop, so a user could share one 3G service plan between the two devices. That would mark a real revolution: a cell phone giving the notebook real broadband speed.

Even if you end up with a separate 3G card for your notebooks, that broadband speed will untether business travelers and field forces from hotels, hot spots, and other location-specific connections. Assuming the 3G networks are rolled out broadly and with sufficient capacity, that will keep you connected and as productive as any desktop employee - that is until you run out of battery power.

BigNick 08-04-05 20:34

sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù
 
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sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù sù e giù

ma il triangolo stà arrivando alla fine ormai....

speriamo esca dalla parte giusta.. :D

BigNick 08-04-05 21:46

azzz...
 
mi sà che vuole uscire dalla parte sbagliata :angry:

BigNick 11-04-05 21:25

Novatel Wireless and InfoSonics Sign Agreement for Distribution of Merlin Wireless PC
 
Monday April 11, 8:02 am ET

SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--April 11, 2005--Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL - News), a provider of wireless broadband access solutions, and InfoSonics Corporation (Amex:IFO - News) have signed an agreement for the distribution of Novatel Wireless' complete line of Merlin(TM) Wireless PC Card Modems throughout the Americas. The 3G modems provide consumers and mobile workers with high-speed, always-on access to the Internet, email, and even corporate networks residing behind firewalls.

InfoSonics will begin by offering the Merlin C201(TM), Merlin U520(TM) and Merlin V620(TM) Wireless PC Card Modems to its extensive reseller distribution channels, including its dealer agent base and regional operators. The Merlin C201 leverages 1900 MHz band CDMA2000 1X networks, providing wireless connectivity at speeds up to 144 kbps. The Merlin U520 operates on 1900 MHz band UMTS networks in North America, supporting broadband speeds up to 384 kbps. The Merlin V620 operates on 800 and 1900 MHz band CDMA2000 1xEV-DO networks and transmits data at speeds of 300-500 kbps, with bursts up to 2.4 Mbps. All Merlin Wireless PC Card Modems feature a rugged internal antenna and are compatible with most popular laptop makes and models.

"We are excited about the new partnership with Novatel Wireless," said Joseph Ram, Chief Executive Officer of InfoSonics. "Novatel Wireless will have access to the InfoSonics infrastructure and customer relationships in the US, Latin America and the Caribbean, while InfoSonics will have the opportunity to offer a leading-edge product to its existing customers and channels. Novatel Wireless' innovative EVDO and UMTS product lines, coupled with InfoSonic's dedication to this business, will, we believe, make this partnership a great success. We expect strong growth in this segment of the market as more 3G data services and connectivity applications become available, providing a more stable revenue stream for our customers."

"As wireless high-speed broadband becomes widely available, we believe that enterprises will increasingly look to value-added distributors like InfoSonics for their 3G wireless solutions," said Rob Hadley, Senior Vice President of Worldwide Sales and Marketing at Novatel Wireless. "As one of the world's premier distributors of mobile solutions, Novatel Wireless is confident that InfoSonics has the industry knowledge that further extends our market reach."

ABOUT INFOSONICS

InfoSonics is one of the largest distributors of wireless handsets and accessories in the United States and Mexico, and also distributes products in other portions of North, Central and South America. For the wireless telecommunications industry, InfoSonics provides flexible and cost effective solutions including: purchasing, marketing, selling, warehousing, order assembly, programming, packing, shipping and delivery. InfoSonics supports the manufacturers in moving their products to agents, resellers, distributors, independent dealers, retailers and wireless network operators in the U.S. and Latin America. For additional information, please visit http://www.InfoSonics.com.

ABOUT NOVATEL WIRELESS, INC.

Novatel Wireless, Inc. is a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions. Novatel Wireless' Merlin(TM) PC Cards, Expedite(TM) Embedded Modems, Freedom Box(TM) Ruggedized Modems, MobiLink(TM) Communications Software Suite, Ovation(TM) 3G Multimedia Application Consoles and Conversa(TM) Software Suite enable high-speed wireless access to personal, corporate and public information. The company delivers innovative 3G solutions to operators, distributors and vertical markets worldwide. Headquartered in San Diego, California, Novatel Wireless is listed on NASDAQ: NVTL. For more information on Novatel Wireless visit www.novatelwireless.com.

BigNick 12-04-05 16:02

Novatel Wireless Partners with Vodafone Spain to Deliver the Country's First Quad Ban
 
Novatel Wireless Partners with Vodafone Spain to Deliver the Country's First Quad Band UMTS 3G PC Card Modems
Tuesday April 12, 8:01 am ET
Merlin U630 Provides Vodafone Spain Customers with Portable, High-Speed Broadband Access Worldwide


SAN DIEGO & MADRID, Spain--(BUSINESS WIRE)--April 12, 2005--Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL - News), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today announced it will supply its Merlin U630(TM) PC Data Cards to Vodafone Spain, one of Southern Europe's largest wireless carriers. Novatel Wireless will provide Vodafone Spain with the country's first quad band Universal Mobile Telecommunications Service (UMTS) Wireless PC Card Modem, enabling its 10.9 million customers to access wireless high-speed broadband worldwide. Novatel Wireless' Merlin U630 is immediately available to Vodafone Spain subscribers.

Vodafone Spain will market the Merlin U630 as the Mobile Connect Datacard, the first wireless quad band PC Card in Spain. Vodafone customers can access data on UMTS 2100 MHz bands in Asia, Africa, Europe and the Middle East and GSM/GPRS 900/1800/1900 MHz bands across the globe. Mobile workers are able to wirelessly send and receive emails, access the Internet and download attachments at speeds of up to 384 kilobits per second. 3G subscribers can remotely retrieve information on corporate networks that are stored behind firewalls, allowing users to continuously stay in contact with co-workers, customers and partners even when out of the office. The mobile connectivity provided by the Merlin U630 boosts productivity, improves efficiency and provides businesses with a significant competitive advantage.

"Laptop connectivity is in strong demand by our subscriber base and we are pleased to offer the Merlin U630 to provide mobility not only in Spain, but worldwide," said Carlos Becker, 3G Product Manager at Vodafone Spain. "3G data access is changing the way we work and live, and Vodafone Spain is committed to being at the forefront of this technological advancement."

"We are pleased to add Vodafone Spain to our growing list of next-generation UMTS customers, further expanding global access to 3G data services," said Rob Hadley, senior vice president of worldwide sales and marketing at Novatel Wireless. "Equipped with our Merlin U630, mobile workers are now able to carry a single UMTS data card to gain high-speed broadband access to multiple networks and continents worldwide. Launching the first quad band PC Card is testament to Novatel Wireless' strong leadership in the 3G industry."

Novatel Wireless is the global leader in UMTS PC Card sales with Merlin UMTS PC Cards available from 15 operators in 18 countries throughout Asia, Africa, Europe, the Middle East and North America.

BigNick 12-04-05 21:51

X Tremaui
 
è vero che gli isituzionali sono aumentati ancora ?

letto su yahoo :rolleyes:

grazie ciao

Clau 12-04-05 22:10

Citazione:

Originalmente inviato da BigNick
è vero che gli isituzionali sono aumentati ancora ?

letto su yahoo :rolleyes:

grazie ciao



http://thomson.finance.lycos.com/lyc...date=&x=6&y=13



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BigNick 13-04-05 20:47

Citazione:

Originalmente inviato da Clau

grazie Clau, ma non era proprio quello che cercavo, mi interessava capire se gli istituzionali erano ancora aumentati, leggevo su yahoo ( :rolleyes: ) che sono aumentati al 104% (Capzo vuole dire ???) e sono aumentate anche le posizioni short, boh !! :mmmm:

BigNick 13-04-05 21:36

Altra bottarella in Europa
 
Novatel Wireless Supplies Vodafone Portugal with Quad Band PC Card Modem
Wednesday April 13, 8:01 am ET
Merlin U630 Allows Subscribers to Wirelessly Access the Internet, Email and Corporate Data from across the Globe

SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--April 13, 2005--Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL - News), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today announced it has supplied Vodafone Portugal with its Merlin U630(TM) Wireless PC Card Modem. Using the Merlin U630, Vodafone Portugal's customers can have wireless high-speed broadband access worldwide.

The Merlin U630 provides wireless broadband connectivity on UMTS 2100 MHz bands in Asia, Africa, Europe and the Middle East and GSM/GPRS 900/1800/1900 MHz bands across the globe. The Vodafone Mobile Connect Card enables remote workers to send and receive emails with large attachments, access the Internet and download files at speeds up to 384 kilobits per second. While out of the office, mobile workers can retrieve corporate data stored behind firewalls through a virtual private network (VPN) connection, offering increased security, convenience and productivity, as well as a competitive advantage.

"Due to its large experience in the development of broadband access solutions, Novatel Wireless was selected by Vodafone Portugal to co-supply our current PC Card Modems," said Sofia Mendes, marketing director at Vodafone Portugal. "The Merlin U630 has passed Vodafone Portugal's quality tests being considered a high-speed broadband access solution that enables users to stay connected from virtually anywhere at any given time, meeting customer demand."

"Novatel Wireless is continuing to expand its presence across the globe with the recent addition of Vodafone Portugal," said Rob Hadley, senior vice president of worldwide sales and marketing at Novatel Wireless. "Quad band data cards bring a whole new dimension to high-speed data access, enabling wireless subscribers to connect not just within their current cellular networks, but across the world. Novatel Wireless will continue to develop advanced, convenient 3G solutions, allowing wireless operators to meet their growing customer demands."

Novatel Wireless is the worldwide leader in UMTS PC Card sales with Merlin UMTS PC Cards available from 15 operators in 18 countries throughout Asia, Africa, Europe, the Middle East and North America.

ABOUT VODAFONE PORTUGAL

Vodafone Portugal is part of the Vodafone Group, the world leading mobile phone company. It offers a complete range of mobile telecom services, including voice and data communications to around 3.6 million registered customers. It pioneered UMTS services in the beginning of 2004 and is recognized as the most innovative and customer-oriented operator in the Portuguese mobile market and one of the best international cellular operators. Visit our site at www.vodafone.pt.

BigNick 13-04-05 22:03

Il 26 la trimestrale................. Sperem !
 
Novatel Wireless to Report First Quarter Results on Tuesday, April 26th
Wednesday April 13, 8:30 am ET

SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--April 13, 2005--Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL - News) a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today announced that it will report financial results for its first quarter on Tuesday, April 26th, 2005 after the market close.
The Company will host a conference call for analysts and investors to discuss its quarterly results at 5:00 p.m. ET on Tuesday, April 26th, 2005. Open to the public, a live Webcast of the conference call will be accessible from the "Investor Relations" section of the Novatel Wireless web site (www.novatelwireless.com). Following the live Webcast, an archived version will be available on the Novatel Wireless web site.

BigNick 18-04-05 21:29

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a 9,55 facciamo doppio minimo, martedì di settimana prossima la trimestrale, qualche segno di nervosismo oggi si è visto, vedremo :rolleyes:

BigNick 19-04-05 20:09

nuovi minimi..
 
e io che mi aspettavo un po' di ricoperture in vista della trimestrale

ok, inizio a mettermi a 90° e aspetto con serenità la trimestrale..
.....avete mica del burro a portata di mano ?
.......giusto così per agevolare

:D

BigNick 19-04-05 22:08

Pc Magazine Test V620 Novatel
 
http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/ZDM/story?id=684100

April 19, 2005
Novatel Wireless V620The Novatel V620 is the best card for the best wide-area network available right now. If you can afford Verizon's $80-per-month fee, it will change the way you work.
Sascha Segan - PC Magazine

The fastest wide-area network gets even faster with the Novatel Wireless V620 PC Card, the best solution for anyone looking to get high-speed wireless Internet access throughout 32 metropolitan areas nationwide.

Verizon's EV-DO network, our Editor's Choice among wide-area wireless data networks, lets traveling types get throughput averaging 600 to 800 Kbps in cities from Boston to San Diego. Using a newer Qualcomm chipset than its main competitor, the Verizon Wireless PC 5220 card by Audiovox, the Novatel V620 squeezes a bit more throughput out of Verizon's excellent network, and it costs less.

We tested the V620 against a Verizon PC 5220, which uses the same hardware as our previous Editor's Choice Sierra Wireless AirCard 580. The 580 is available only to corporate customers, making the 5220 and the V620 your primary choices if you're an individual buyer.

In tests over four days in various locations around the Miami and New York metropolitan areas, the V620 was faster than the 5220 63 percent of the time. Its average download speed of 699 Kbps across all our tests beat the 5220's by 53 Kbps; when it beat the 5220 in individual side-by-side tests, it did so by margins averaging 147 Kbps. Uplink speeds between the two cards were almost exactly the same, though, averaging 110 Kbps.

The Novatel's internal antenna didn't damage the card's performance in low-signal conditions, either; it did just as well as the 5220 card at picking up weaker signals. In low-signal conditions, the two cards were pretty much even on speed, and they both dropped to Verizon's slower 1X network at roughly the same point. Still, we'd like to see the V620 go up against a final version of Kyocera's Passport, a card that's not yet on the market, but which promises excellent low-signal speeds.

The V620 uses the same VZAccess Manager software as the 5220 card; Verizon says it's also moving the AirCard 580 to VZAccess Manager, so software won't be a differentiator between the cards. Installation is painless and quick, and the interface is easy enough to use even when you're engaged with other applications. (You can dodge VZAccess Manager by setting up an ordinary Windows dial-up networking connection with the V620.) Our V620 didn't conflict with the internal Wi-Fi or the Bluetooth PC Card on an IBM ThinkPad.

If you can afford Verizon's $80-per-month service plan and the coverage map looks good to you, EV-DO is a revelation—it's like having your own personal hot spot. The Novatel Wireless V620 lets you get the most out of this excellent network.

BigNick 20-04-05 20:35

Supporti ?
 
se non sbaglio..

8,40 ?

BigNick 25-04-05 16:40

Occhio che domani sera c'è la trimestrale !
 
http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/ZDM/story?id=684100

The fastest wide-area network gets even faster with the Novatel Wireless V620 PC Card, the best solution for anyone looking to get high-speed wireless Internet access throughout 32 metropolitan areas nationwide.

Verizon's EV-DO network, our Editor's Choice among wide-area wireless data networks, lets traveling types get throughput averaging 600 to 800 Kbps in cities from Boston to San Diego. Using a newer Qualcomm chipset than its main competitor, the Verizon Wireless PC 5220 card by Audiovox, the Novatel V620 squeezes a bit more throughput out of Verizon's excellent network, and it costs less.

We tested the V620 against a Verizon PC 5220, which uses the same hardware as our previous Editor's Choice Sierra Wireless AirCard 580. The 580 is available only to corporate customers, making the 5220 and the V620 your primary choices if you're an individual buyer.

In tests over four days in various locations around the Miami and New York metropolitan areas, the V620 was faster than the 5220 63 percent of the time. Its average download speed of 699 Kbps across all our tests beat the 5220's by 53 Kbps; when it beat the 5220 in individual side-by-side tests, it did so by margins averaging 147 Kbps. Uplink speeds between the two cards were almost exactly the same, though, averaging 110 Kbps.

The Novatel's internal antenna didn't damage the card's performance in low-signal conditions, either; it did just as well as the 5220 card at picking up weaker signals. In low-signal conditions, the two cards were pretty much even on speed, and they both dropped to Verizon's slower 1X network at roughly the same point. Still, we'd like to see the V620 go up against a final version of Kyocera's Passport, a card that's not yet on the market, but which promises excellent low-signal speeds.

The V620 uses the same VZAccess Manager software as the 5220 card; Verizon says it's also moving the AirCard 580 to VZAccess Manager, so software won't be a differentiator between the cards. Installation is painless and quick, and the interface is easy enough to use even when you're engaged with other applications. (You can dodge VZAccess Manager by setting up an ordinary Windows dial-up networking connection with the V620.) Our V620 didn't conflict with the internal Wi-Fi or the Bluetooth PC Card on an IBM ThinkPad.

If you can afford Verizon's $80-per-month service plan and the coverage map looks good to you, EV-DO is a revelation—it's like having your own personal hot spot. The Novatel Wireless V620 lets you get the most out of this excellent network.

BigNick 26-04-05 22:17

Novatel Wireless Reports First Quarter Results
 
Novatel Wireless Reports First Quarter Results
Tuesday April 26, 4:15 pm ET
Year-over-Year Revenue Growth of 113% -- Non-GAAP Net Income of $0.12 per Share


SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--April 26, 2005--Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL - News), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today reported financial results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2005.

Revenues for the first quarter were $32.3 million, which is a 113% increase over $15.1 million reported in the same period last year. First quarter GAAP net income, which includes a non-cash provision for income taxes of $1.4 million, was $2.7 million or $0.09 per diluted share, which is a 542% increase over GAAP net income applicable to common stockholders of $413,000 or $0.02 per diluted share in the prior year period.

In the first quarter, Novatel Wireless began provisioning for taxes at a 35% tax rate. The Company currently anticipates its cash paid for taxes for 2005 to be approximately 0% to 10% of pre-tax book income. As a result, Non-GAAP net income using an anticipated cash tax rate of 10% was $3.7 million or $0.12 per diluted share.

At March 31, 2005 total cash and investment balance was $86 million or $2.96 per share, reflecting impressive positive cash flow from operations of $5.1 million for the first quarter of 2005.

"In the first quarter, we reported the second highest revenues in company history, despite seasonality and our transition to two new product platforms," commented Peter Leparulo, Novatel Wireless' Chief Executive Officer. "Year-over-year revenue growth of over 113% and another solid quarter of bottom line profits is a testament to the strength of our base business. During the period, we dramatically increased our market share, shipping in volume to two of the world's leading wireless carriers -- Verizon Wireless and Vodafone. This expansion continues with the ongoing national roll-out of Verizon and our April announcements that we added two new Vodafone operating companies -- Vodafone Spain and Vodafone Portugal -- as customers. During the quarter, we also transitioned to two next generation products -- the Merlin V620 for EV-DO and the quad-band Merlin U630 for UMTS.

"We expect to return strong sequential growth in Q2 and revenue growth should accelerate in the second half of the year, with the planned introduction of eight new products during 2005," continued Mr. Leparulo. "This will represent the most aggressive research and development effort in Company history. Our goal is to solidify our current market leadership in 3G wireless modems, while moving quickly to enter new fast growing markets. A cornerstone of this effort is our new line of Ovation Multimedia Application Consoles which we believe has the potential to double our total addressable market. Targeted at Europe and Asia, the innovative line of Ovation products will provide small office/home office (SOHO), enterprise and residential markets with cost effective access to voice and broadband data services, putting us right at the center of voice and data convergence. We are pleased to announce today that we have already begun shipping our first generation product ahead of schedule."

Recent highlights include

In April, Novatel Wireless expanded its presence in Europe with the announcements that its Merlin U630(TM) quad-band UMTS PC Card was being offered by Vodafone Spain and Vodafone Portugal.
In March, Novatel Wireless and O2 Germany together announced that they had signed a supply agreement for Ovation MCU1000 3G Wireless Multimedia Application Consoles. Novatel Wireless also announced the development of its new Ovation MCU1200. The MCU1200 allows operators to address the convergence of voice and data, by combining analog wire-line with cellular networks, and by combining 802.11b/g wireless local area network (WLAN) access with UMTS wireless wide area networks (WWAN).
In March, Novatel Wireless also announced the Merlin V620 EV-DO PC Card met Microsoft standards for Windows compatibility. Microsoft's program helps distinguish reliable and high-quality hardware, firmware, drivers and related software components that provide an outstanding user experience when running on Windows operating systems.
In February, Novatel Wireless announced it had selected QUALCOMM's High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) solution for development of wireless broadband data devices for markets worldwide. Novatel Wireless plans to introduce its first integrated HSDPA/UMTS/EDGE device in the second half of 2005.
"In the first half of 2005, we will continue to make strong investments in our research and development and sales and marketing efforts to strengthen the Company and expand our addressable market," explained Dan Halvorson, Chief Financial Officer of Novatel Wireless. "Additionally, we have instituted a number of changes at our contract manufacturers which we believe will lead to significant cost savings and efficiencies in the second half of the year. At March 31, 2005 our total cash and investment balance was $86 million or $2.96 per share, reflecting impressive positive cash flow from operations of $5.1 million for the first quarter of 2005."

Novatel Wireless will host a conference call for analysts and investors today to discuss its quarterly results at 5:00 p.m. ET on April 26, 2005. A live Web cast of the conference call will also be accessible from the "Investor Relations" section of the Novatel Wireless Web site (www.novatelwireless.com). Following the live Web cast, an archived version will be available on the Novatel Wireless Web site.

dagoweb 27-04-05 15:41

Questa volta sembra che i conti siano piaciuti ....

BigNick 27-04-05 21:02

Citazione:

Originalmente inviato da dagoweb
Questa volta sembra che i conti siano piaciuti ....

era ora :D
ciao Dago !! :)

Novatel Wireless (NVTL:Nasdaq - commentary - research) rose 6% after the company posted first-quarter earnings that beat expectations. Excluding items, the telecom-gear company earned $3.7 million, or 12 cents a share, on sales of $32.3 million. Analysts were expecting earnings of 10 cents a share on sales of $33.3 million. A year ago the company earned $413,000, or 2 cents a share, on sales of $15.1 million. In the latest period, Novatel said that it increased its market share and started shipping in volume to wireless carriers Verizon Wireless and Vodafone. Looking ahead, Novatel said that it expects strong sequential sales growth during the second quarter and expects sales-growth acceleration during the second half of the year. Shares were trading up 56 cents to $10.06.

BigNick 28-04-05 15:37

Gap Up Chiuso
 
speriamo si possa ripartire ora :rolleyes:

BigNick 28-04-05 21:11

Novatel Wireless Develops HSDPA PCI Express Mini Card Modems for Laptops
 
Novatel Wireless Develops HSDPA PCI Express Mini Card Modems for Laptops and Other Wireless Broadband Devices
Thursday April 28, 8:00 am ET
Expedite EU730 / EU740 Designed for Simple Integration of Worldwide Broadband Network Connectivity


SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--April 28, 2005--Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL - News), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today announces the development of two new additions to its expanding Expedite(TM) Family of Wireless Embedded Modems, the Expedite EU730(TM) and Expedite EU740(TM) PCI Express Mini Cards for High-Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) networks. The Expedite EU730 and Expedite EU740 are designed for easy integration into multiple laptop platforms and other mobile devices to provide wireless high-speed broadband access on HSDPA networks at speeds up to 1.8 Mbps.
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When embedded into notebook PCs or other wireless devices, the Novatel Wireless Expedite EU730 and Expedite EU740 modems will provide consumer and enterprise users with a comprehensive broadband mobile computing solution that enables high-speed streaming of audio and video, downloading of data intensive files and multimedia applications, secure access to emails with large attachments and other corporate information stored behind firewalls. The Expedite EU730 will operate on 850 and 1900 MHz UMTS / HSDPA networks in North America, while the Expedite EU740 will operate on 2100 MHz UMTS / HSDPA networks in Asia, Africa, Europe and the Middle East. Both PCI Express Mini Cards will be backward compatible to 850, 900, 1800 and 1900 MHz Enhanced Data Rate for Global Evolution (EDGE), General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) and Global System for Mobile Communication (GSM) networks for wireless data access worldwide.

The PCI Express Mini Card design of the Expedite EU730 and Expedite EU740 modems are standard in most notebooks, providing quick and easy integration and using minimum space on the laptop motherboard. This enables platform manufacturers to reduce integration costs and maintain external slots for other functions. With seamless high-speed network connectivity on laptops in growing demand, the PCI Express Mini Cards are ideal solutions that address the needs of laptop manufacturers.

"Novatel Wireless is simplifying the integration of high-speed broadband access on mobile devices, helping manufacturers meet the growing demand for turnkey solutions," said Dr. Slim Souissi, CTO of Novatel Wireless. "By diversifying our portfolio and developing more advanced HSDPA devices, Novatel Wireless continues its lead in the 3G broadband data market."

dagoweb 29-04-05 19:02

Citazione:

Originalmente inviato da dagoweb
Questa volta sembra che i conti siano piaciuti ....

Per la serie : se stavo zitto era meglio ...

BigNick 29-04-05 20:36

Citazione:

Originalmente inviato da dagoweb
Per la serie : se stavo zitto era meglio ...

:D :D

rido per non piangere :wall:

per fortuna che intervieni ogni tanto tu su questo 3d

ciao Dago !

BigNick

BigNick 29-04-05 21:39

Si è fermata a 8,55
 
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Citazione:

Originalmente inviato da BigNick
se non sbaglio..

8,40 ?

che dite graficisti può bastare ?

dagoweb 29-04-05 23:34

Citazione:

Originalmente inviato da BigNick
:D :D

rido per non piangere :wall:

per fortuna che intervieni ogni tanto tu su questo 3d

ciao Dago !

BigNick

Ciao BigNick,
ogni tanto passo a vedere come sta la vecchia nvtl e la trovo sempre nello stesso modo : trimestrali tutt'altro che malvagie e prezzi sempre in discesa :confused:
Oramai mi sto specializzando in questi titoli, nel senso che li seguo e non capisco minimamente il motivo di simili batoste ; almeno tirassero fuori delle perdite (anziche' utili) e uno si metterebbe il cuore in pace ...

Se continua cosi' mi faccio pagare per le mie segnalazioni long ...
... perche' chi le seguisse entrando short diventerebbe ricco :D

byz, (contrarian)Dago

MaxVaro 30-04-05 14:08

1 Allegato/i
x BIG: dopo ti dico la mia....kazzata! ;)

..................

Provo con 1 monthly a 4 anni: RSI e sma46 equivalente alla sma200 weekly

Se hai prophet prova ad impostare grafico secondo indicazioni di The Volture-Ffaiper

MaxVaro 01-05-05 16:08

1 Allegato/i
Weekly: x come è messa adesso non la toccherei manco di striscio!

E' impostata x continuare a scendere, e bene anke... :eek:

BigNick 01-05-05 21:39

grazie Anima Buona,

allora se è come dici tu mi sà che ce la ritroveremo in area 5-7 $ :eek:

inizio a pensare che questo sia il classico caso in cui i fondamentali contano un capzo

speriamo di no :rolleyes:

BigNick 02-05-05 20:58

Novatel Wireless Supplies O2 Germany with 3G Global PC Card to Provide International
 
Novatel Wireless Supplies O2 Germany with 3G Global PC Card to Provide International Mobile High-Speed Data Services
Monday May 2, 8:01 am ET
Merlin U630 Offers Mobile Workers High-Speed Internet, Email and Corporate Network Access


SAN DIEGO & MUNICH, Germany--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 2, 2005--Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL - News), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions today announces it will supply O2 (Germany) GmbH & Co with the Merlin U630(TM) Wireless PC Card Modem, offering O2 Germany subscribers international mobile roaming capabilities. First commercial shipments of the Merlin U630 to O2 Germany are scheduled beginning in May 2005.

Using the Novatel Wireless Merlin U630, O2 Germany will provide its more than 7 million subscribers with high-speed broadband access to email, the Internet and corporate files at speeds of up to 384 kilobits per second. The Merlin U630 enables wireless connectivity on UMTS 2100 MHz bands in Asia, Europe and the Middle East and GSM/GPRS 900/1800/1900 MHz bands across the globe. Remote workers can easily and conveniently stay connected to customers, partners and co-workers from any location within O2's network of operators, providing businesses with a competitive advantage.

"The Merlin U630 is a step up from traditional 3G data solutions, now providing users with truly international mobile broadband connectivity," said Helge Alter, vice president Devices/SIM & Applications at O2 Germany. "Novatel Wireless continues to pioneer in the broadband data industry by developing innovative, high-quality wireless data solutions that simplify the lives of both corporate users and consumers. Working closely with Novatel Wireless, we will deliver the convenience of broadband connectivity in Germany and across the globe."

"We are pleased to build on our relationship with O2 as we roll out the Merlin U630," said Rob Hadley, senior vice president of worldwide sales and marketing at Novatel Wireless. "Novatel Wireless continues to lead in the broadband data market by providing the most advanced solutions available, with the international reach mobile users demand."

Novatel Wireless is the worldwide leader in UMTS PC Card sales with Merlin UMTS PC Cards available from 15 operators in 18 countries throughout Asia, Africa, Europe, the Middle East and North America.

ABOUT O2 (Germany) GmbH & Co. OHG

O2 (Germany) GmbH & Co. OHG, a subsidiary of mmO2 plc, offers its post-paid and pre-paid subscribers almost blanket coverage in Germany via its own mobile communications network and a roaming agreement with T-Mobile. In addition, the company provides innovative mobile data services on the basis of GPRS and UMTS technology. mmO2 plc has 23,2 million subscribers in the UK, Ireland and Germany.

BigNick 19-05-05 20:08

Dedicato a tutti gli shorters
 
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che in questo momento non credo siano molto tranquilli.... :D

BigNick 19-05-05 22:59

La candela giusta al posto giusto
 
1 Allegato/i
Ok!

MaxVaro 19-05-05 23:02

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Originalmente inviato da BigNick
Ok!

visto il close la terrei fino a 12, poi però mi attenderei un rintracciamento su cui prendere profitto almeno in parte, e poi studierei un nuovo entry point....

ma visto ke sono flat sul titolo ci resto! ;)

BigNick 24-05-05 21:33

Articoletto Interessante
 
mentre la ragazza si stà preparando a un'altra bella candela (...forse :D )
vi tedio un po' con questo articoletto che reputo interessante... OK!

http://www.forbes.com/investmentguid.../0606/118.html

Handhelds will soon replace PCs as the primary Web appliance of the digital age. Get ready for the investment boom in wireless applications. Remember the excitement over 3G, the so-called third-generation wireless networks? These were touted as the way consumers and businesses could surf the Web and send data at broadband speeds from anywhere a cell phone worked. After billions of dollars in investment and a decade of discussion, delay and disappointment, 3G networks have finally arrived in the U.S. Verizon Wireless has deployed wireless broadband networks in 30 cities, including Austin, Tex. and Milwaukee. Sprint is upgrading its networks and expects to offer high-speed wireless service later this year. Cingular, a joint venture of SBC Communications and BellSouth, says it will roll out 3G networks this year and expects to offer service in most big cities by the end of 2006. Many investors are well aware of the 3G-inspired rebound in wireless stocks. As the wireless carriers built out their networks, the stocks of companies supplying the hardware, software and chips required to operate them went on a tear. Shares of Research in Motion, the maker of BlackBerry handhelds, rose fourteenfold from January 2003 to the end of 2004. Sierra Wireless, a maker of wireless modem cards, rose sixfold during the same period. Other players have seen lesser but still impressive gains over the past year or two, among them UTStarcom, a U.S. manufacturer of telecom equipment that generates half its revenue from China, and Motorola, granddaddy of wireless communication. Merrill Lynch's Wireless Holders ETF more than doubled from early 2003 to the end of 2004. But now, after a two-year rise, wireless stocks are gasping for air. Many investors wonder if the sector's best days are past. However, just as the PC market evolved, with once-strong hardware companies like Wang Computers and IBM giving way to software kings like Microsoft, Oracle and SAP, so will go wireless. The smart money is betting on companies that provide applications--productivity software, games-and-entertainment and collaboration software--to those billion-plus cell phone owners. Listen to Paul Jacobs, who will replace his father, Irwin, as chief executive of Qualcomm in July. The son runs Qualcomm's Wireless and Internet Group. "We launched EV-DO [high-speed wireless technology] in 1997, and it's only coming to market now," says Jacobs. "We want it to happen faster because the wireless consumer expects multimedia now." It is no surprise that he is pulling for such applications. Qualcomm created a cell phone operating system called Brew. As more developers create wireless software for it, the OS will increase demand for Qualcomm's CDMA-based chipsets. Qualcomm's plan isn't to develop such applications itself, but to encourage other companies that are developing them. So it is backing a new display technology from Iridigm Display, which it acquired in September 2004, that will make it possible to see pictures and text on your cell phone without consuming so much battery and chip power. Jacobs has also been talking with a company involved in digital rights software management that lets you carry your digital rights to specific music, for instance, in your cell phone. Then, you can visit a friend and download his MP3s to your phone legally. Another application being backed by Qualcomm: mobile blogging from WaveMarket. This could one day let you leave location-specific messages for specific people. A simple example: You love the frog's legs at New York's La Grenouille restaurant. You pull out your cell phone and leave a message about the dish for your friend. The message hangs in cyberspace indefinitely, undelivered unless and until your friend walks in the door with a cell phone. Qualcomm is not alone in promoting mobile applications. Verizon, Cingular and Sprint all need to recoup huge investments in advanced wireless networks. Their goal is to get you to sign up for extras like ring tones, games and multimedia messaging when you subscribe to their service, increasing their average revenue per user. Downloadable ring tones, first sold in the U.S. in 2002, generated $3 billion in sales worldwide last year. Ovum Mobile Research estimates that by 2008 worldwide ring tone sales will reach $6 billion. Sales of mobile games, which generated $91 million in revenue in 2003, came to $217 million last year and will reach $1.8 billion in 2009, guesstimates research firm In-stat/MDR. Even television is making its way to the smaller screen. Qualcomm announced in November that it would spend $800 million to build a mobile video and multimedia multicasting network across the U.S. It will let you receive broadcast television on a cell phone; you could watch a baseball game even if you are stuck in the office, the mall or traffic on the way to the ballpark. The system will offer 30-frame-per-second quality. Qualcomm plans service from 2006.For investors, the best way to take part in the coming boom in wireless applications is to own a mix of small and large wireless multimedia companies. The table above lists wireless applications makers with strong growth prospects and reasonable multiples. There is still value to be found among wireless equipment companies. But the group as a whole is more expensive than the application companies. A worthwhile metric to evaluate these companies compares the price/earnings ratio to the earnings-per-share growth rate (more precisely, to 100 times the growth rate). Thus, if a stock's P/E is 30 and its growth rate is 15%, its PEGratio is 2. A number of wireless applications companies can be bought at PEGs of less than 1, a bargain compared with infrastructure and hardware plays like Lucent, which has a PEG of 2.39, Motorola at 1.32 and Nortel at 3.36. In the table we use projected earnings to come up with these PEG ratios. There aren't many publicly traded wireless applications pure plays, but a number of new firms and established software companies are getting into this business. Jamdat Mobile, a developer of mobile games like Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 4, was founded by former executives at Activision. It went public in September 2004 and has a PEG of just 0.9. Another 2004 new issue, Tom Online, is one of the most successful wireless Internet portals in China. The PEG is 0.4. Comverse Technology, which provides the technology that lets multimedia make it into your phone, has a PEG (adjusted for the earnings from two of its holdings, Verint and Ulticom) of 3. One stock to consider a core holding in any wireless portfolio is Qualcomm. Its PEG of 1.6 is a bit high, but given its stake in wireless chipsets, 3G growth and applications, it may be the best-positioned company in the sector. Nikhil Hutheesing is editor of the twice-monthly newsletter Forbes Wireless Stock Watch; forbesnewsletters.com/wireless.

BigNick 01-06-05 07:17

NVTL sbarca in Malaysia
 
Novatel Wireless and Lucent Technologies Deliver 'Always On' Connectivity to Maxis Subscribers across Malaysia
Tuesday May 31, 8:00 am ET


MURRAY HILL, N.J. & SAN DIEGO & MALAYSIA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 31, 2005--

Novatel Wireless Merlin U530(TM) Offers Maxis 3G Customers High-Speed

Mobile Access to the Internet and Corporate Networks

Consumers and business professionals in Malaysia no longer have to worry about finding a 'hotspot' in order to connect wirelessly to the Internet. Novatel Wireless (NASDAQ:NVTL - News), Lucent Technologies (NYSE:LU - News) and Maxis Communications Bhd today announced the availability of the Merlin U530(TM) Wireless PC Card Modem, branded the Maxis 3G Connect data card, for high-speed data access on Maxis's 3G Universal Mobile Telecommunications Service (UMTS) network in Malaysia.

Maxis subscribers will have access to data at speeds of up to 384 kilobits per second, by simply installing Novatel Wireless' MobiLink(TM) software and inserting the Maxis 3G Connect data card into a laptop. Jointly developed by Lucent and Novatel Wireless, the Maxis 3G Connect data card provides high-speed access to streaming video and audio, emails with large attachments and other corporate information stored behind firewalls. The Maxis 3G Connect data card is backward compatible to GPRS and GSM networks for added connectivity options.

"Often times, business travelers are stuck looking for a coffee shop or bookstore simply to send an email while out of the office," said Maxis' Head of 3G and Wireless Broadband, Dr. Nikolai Dobberstein. "With Maxis 3G Connect, we are able to provide our customers with convenient wireless connectivity. We are pleased to be the first provider of high-speed wireless PC Card Modems to Malaysian business subscribers and look forward to providing innovative 3G services in the future."

"Novatel Wireless PC data cards will deliver fast and affordable wireless broadband access to all Maxis customers within its 3G network," said John Leonard, vice president for strategy, business development and offer management with Lucent Technologies' Network Solutions Group. "Having access to corporate networks while out of the office provides a level of convenience that Wi-Fi can't match, allowing true mobility for remote workers. We look forward to collaborating with Novatel Wireless and Maxis to help roll out 3G services across Malaysia."

"It's essential that business users are able to access enterprise applications and stay in touch with clients while away from the office, ultimately providing companies with a critical competitive advantage," said Rob Hadley, senior vice president of worldwide sales and marketing at Novatel Wireless. "As the leader in UMTS PC Card Modem development, we are committed to providing high-speed data access to all countries across the globe. By collaborating with Maxis and Lucent, we are one step closer to making this a reality."

Novatel Wireless and Lucent Technologies are the global leaders in UMTS PC Card sales with Merlin UMTS PC Cards available from 15 operators in 18 countries throughout Asia, Europe, Middle East and North America.

ABOUT MAXIS COMMUNICATIONS BERHAD

Maxis, Malaysia's premier telecommunications company and market leader with 41% share, provides high quality voice and data services to more than 6 million customers. Its mobile postpaid and prepaid services are offered under the maxis and Hotlink brands respectively. The company has achieved its leading position through a clear strategy of developing premium brands, providing quality network and customer services and introducing innovative services and products. In support of its mobile business, Maxis also operates an international portal as well as a domestic fixed line network, which offers voice and data services to business customers. Its broadband infrastructure includes wireless, fibre optic, microwave and VSAT technologies. For more information on Maxis, please visit our corporate Web site at http://www.maxis.com.my/.

ABOUT LUCENT TECHNOLOGIES

Lucent Technologies designs and delivers the systems, services and software that drive next-generation communications networks. Backed by Bell Labs research and development, Lucent uses its strengths in mobility, optical, software, data and voice networking technologies, as well as services, to create new revenue-generating opportunities for its customers, while enabling them to quickly deploy and better manage their networks. Lucent's customer base includes communications service providers, governments and enterprises worldwide. For more information on Lucent Technologies, which has headquarters in Murray Hill, N.J., USA, visit www.lucent.com.

ABOUT NOVATEL WIRELESS, INC.

Novatel Wireless, Inc. is a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions. Novatel Wireless' Merlin(TM) PC Cards, Expedite(TM) Embedded Modems, Freedom Box(TM) Ruggedized Modems, MobiLink(TM) Communications Software Suite, Ovation(TM) 3G Multimedia Application Consoles and Conversa(TM) Software Suite enable high-speed wireless access to personal, corporate and public information. The company delivers innovative 3G solutions to operators, distributors and vertical markets worldwide. Headquartered in San Diego, California, Novatel Wireless is listed on NASDAQ: NVTL. For more information on Novatel Wireless visit www.novatelwireless.com (nvtlg).

BigNick 03-06-05 21:02

Aggiornamento grafico
 
1 Allegato/i
in pochi giorni la ragazza si è bevuta le medie 50, 100 e 150...
ora siamo a ridosso della 200 :)

BigNick 06-06-05 19:57

Il tassello che mancava ?
 
che dici Skyknight ?


Novatel Wireless Combines Convenience of 3G and Wi-Fi for Flexible Connectivity from Any Location
Monday June 6, 8:02 am ET
MobiLink 2.0 Leverages WWAN and Wi-Fi Networks, Providing Immediate and Easy Access to Email, the Internet and Corporate Information


SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 6, 2005--Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL - News), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today announced the availability of MobiLink 2.0 software, a universal connection manager that enables users to access 3G wireless wide area networks (WWAN) and Wi-Fi networks with any Novatel Wireless PC Card Modem or embedded wireless card.
MobiLink 2.0 is a wireless connectivity application that manages the connection of WWAN, Wi-Fi and Ethernet devices to allow quick and easy access to email, the Internet and corporate networks anytime, from any location. With MobiLink 2.0 and a wireless device, mobile users can stay productive and connected to customers and colleagues while out of the office. MobiLink is optimally engineered to work with all of Novatel Wireless' Merlin(TM) Family of Wireless Modems as well as Expedite embedded modules for best-in-class 3G wireless broadband access connectivity.

"We see 3G and Wi-Fi as complementary wireless technologies and in order for businesses to maintain a competitive edge, they need to provide their employees with mobile solutions that work on any wireless network available," said Peter Leparulo, CEO of Novatel Wireless. "By providing access to 3G and Wi-Fi networks across the globe, we are giving mobile users a complete package to enable high-speed wireless connections when they need it most, no matter where they are. Novatel Wireless continues to maintain its wireless industry leadership by developing convenient and innovative solutions such as MobiLink 2.0."

The design of MobiLink allows for hot swapping of 3G devices. Users can plug and unplug a 3G wireless device and MobiLink will automatically recognize the technology and dynamically change the display to show the relevant information. MobiLink 2.0 is currently available in 17 languages, enabling the global use of the technology. The software is designed with customizable skins, to allow customers to provide their own look and feel.

Novatel Wireless is the worldwide leader in UMTS PC Card sales with Merlin UMTS PC Cards available from 15 operators in 18 countries throughout Asia, Africa, Europe, the Middle East and North America.

SkyKnight 06-06-05 21:36

Non sembra male, ma come sempre quello che conta sono i servizi che ci verranno costruiti sopra.... Novatel sta comunque dimostrando di offrire ottime soluzioni hardware per lo sviluppo del wireless, questo è certo OK!

Ora vi lascio... mi chiudo nel mio dolore.... Apple va su Intel a partire dall'anno prossimo, ed ho paura che di macintosh fino ad allora ne venderanno davvero pochi. :'( :wall: :bye:

bye by Sté :bow:

BigNick 06-06-05 21:54

Citazione:

Originalmente inviato da SkyKnight
Non sembra male, ma come sempre quello che conta sono i servizi che ci verranno costruiti sopra.... Novatel sta comunque dimostrando di offrire ottime soluzioni hardware per lo sviluppo del wireless, questo è certo OK!

Ora vi lascio... mi chiudo nel mio dolore.... Apple va su Intel a partire dall'anno prossimo, ed ho paura che di macintosh fino ad allora ne venderanno davvero pochi. :'( :wall: :bye:

bye by Sté :bow:

non mi è molto chiaro compe possa funzionare questo software, come fà a combinare 3G e WIFI secondo te ?

SkyKnight 06-06-05 22:25

esattamente come fanno certi routers o certi telefoni 3g... hanno entrambe le connessioni wireless a bordo e le tengono attive entrambe, ma credo non vadano in conflitto perchè lavorano su frequenze diverse.... boh... speriamo piuttosto, un giorno, di non dover scoprire che tutte queste emissioni sono dannose :specchio: (sento già un leggero, ma fastidioso, surriscaldamento agli zebedei)

bye by Sté

BigNick 13-06-05 21:29

Questa sera Peter Leparulo CEO di NVTL
 
Questa sera Peter Leparulo CEO di NVTL parlerà al "Thomas Weisel Partners Growth Forum 7.0"

http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/050610/105126.html?.v=1

non sò cosa ci racconterà ma NVTL è uno dei pochi ad andare contro corrente questa sera, la media 200 è stata foracchiata ben 4 volte settimana scorsa, ma ha sempre respinto, ora passa a 14.97, book buono, vediamo come chiude

BigNick 16-06-05 15:29

Sprint Offers EV-DO-Ready Sprint PCS Connection Card(TM) from Novatel Wireless
 
http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/050616/cgth002a.html?.v=2

Sprint Offers EV-DO-Ready Sprint PCS Connection Card(TM) from Novatel Wireless
Thursday June 16, 9:00 am ET
Sprint PCS Connection Card by Novatel Wireless(TM) (Merlin S620(TM)) to Allow Business Customers Broadband-like Access Speeds When Sprint EV-DO Service Is Available Later This Year


OVERLAND PARK, Kan., June 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Sprint (NYSE: FON - News) and Novatel Wireless (Nasdaq: NVTL - News) today announced availability of the Sprint PCS Connection Card by Novatel Wireless(TM) (Merlin S620(TM)). Designed to operate on CDMA 1xEV-DO (Evolution, Data Optimized) and 1xRTT networks, the card will support broadband-like speeds when Sprint EV-DO coverage is available later this year and is backwards compatible to provide 1xRTT throughput speeds in Sprint coverage areas where EV-DO service is not yet available.

The newest Sprint PCS Connection Card will enable average user speeds of 400-700 kbps and peak rates of up to 2.0 Mbps in EV-DO coverage areas and average user speeds of 50 to 70 kbps, with peak speeds of up to 144 kbps, on the 1XRTT portion of the Sprint Nationwide PCS Network.

"Sprint and Novatel Wireless have a time-tested relationship of delivering superior wireless data solutions," said Harry Campbell, president - Emerging and Mid Markets, Sprint Business Solutions. "The combination of Sprint PCS Connection Cards with high-speed capabilities of Sprint's EV-DO service will give our business customers the necessary tools to remain productive and connected to the Internet, email and other critical business information."

With a lightweight design and an advanced, embedded antenna, the Merlin S620 by Novatel Wireless can be used in conjunction with a laptop computer running Windows® 2000, XP or Tablet XP and a PCMCIA Type II PC Card slot to remotely and securely access the Internet and data-intensive corporate applications, as well as send and receive email with sizable attachments.

Sprint PCS Connection Manager(SM) Software comes packaged with the card to manage the user's connection to the packet data network and provides a compression client, self-diagnostic tools and automatic software updates from the Web. Customers using the device can benefit from bandwidth optimization for certain applications, providing increased data throughput of two to five times average user speeds on the Sprint Nationwide PCS Network.

"Novatel Wireless is pleased to continue its long-term partnership with Sprint during its extensive EV-DO network rollout," said Peter Leparulo, CEO of Novatel Wireless. "This relationship establishes our industry leadership in developing innovative PC Card Modems for the expansion of EV-DO networks across the United States. Novatel Wireless is paving the way for Sprint customers to have a convenient mobile computing solution that provides constant connectivity from anywhere on the Sprint Nationwide PCS Network at any time."

The Merlin S620 by Novatel Wireless is being sold through Sprint business channels, including the Sprint direct sales force and the Sprint Partner Program, for a suggested retail price of $249.99 less contract credits and instant savings. For more information about the Merlin S620 by Novatel Wireless visit http://www.sprint.com/merlins620 .

By early 2006, Sprint plans to make EV-DO service available in approximately 60 metropolitan areas with the potential to serve about 150 million customers. Portions of many major metro markets, including airports and business corridors, are expected to have EV-DO service available by early summer this year.

About Sprint

Sprint offers an extensive range of innovative communication products and solutions, including global IP, wireless, local and multiproduct bundles. A Fortune 100 company with more than $26 billion in annual revenues in 2003, Sprint is widely recognized for developing, engineering and deploying state- of-the-art network technologies, including the United States' first nationwide all-digital, fiber-optic network; an award-winning Tier 1 Internet backbone; and the largest 100-percent digital, nationwide PCS wireless network in the United States. For more information, visit http://www.sprint.com/mr .

BigNick 24-06-05 21:57

http://biz.yahoo.com/cbsmb/050624/02...1212.html?.v=1

Market Pulse: Sierra Wireless cut at J.P. Morgan on competition
Friday June 24, 6:36 am ET
By Aude Lagorce


LONDON (MarketWatch) -- J.P. Morgan cut wireless communications products maker Sierra Wireless, Inc. to underweight from neutral, saying the company is at risk in North America. The broker told clients that the company would likely lose share at Cingular owing to the introduction of Option's combo EDGE card. In addition, J.P. Morgan said it believes Sierra will have a hard time introducing an HSDPA card in Europe as it will be late in launching a UMTS product in the region and because of carrier's existing relationships with Novatel Wireless, Inc. and Option.

BigNick 27-06-05 19:05

http://investor.novatelwireless.com/...leaseID=167268

Novatel Wireless Receives Industry's First EV-DO PC Card Approval For Network Driver Interface

Windows Hardware Quality Labs Certifies Merlin V620(TM) Network Interface, Providing Automatic Connectivity and Less Power Consumption Than Competing EV-DO Data Cards
SAN DIEGO, Jun 27, 2005 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today announced that its Merlin V620(TM) EV-DO wireless PC Card Modem has passed the Windows Hardware Quality Labs (WHQL) certification for a Network Driver Interface Specification (NDIS). As the first EV-DO Card to offer a network interface, the Merlin V620 now provides users with an easier and more convenient high-speed connectivity experience.

Network adapters provide an automatic, instantaneous connection once a computer is loaded, removing any need for manual set-up. In addition, network interfaces leverage an intelligent power consumption configuration, enabling the device to go into standby mode when the computer is not being used and drawing only minimal power. Once a computer is in sleep or suspended mode, Novatel Wireless' Merlin V620 automatically re-establishes any data connections left open, saving time and computing resources while providing true, 'always on' connectivity.

"Following our approval with WHQL, Novatel Wireless offers the most advanced and convenient EV-DO Card on the market, continuing the company's leadership in wireless PC Card Modem development," said Slim Souissi, chief technology officer at Novatel Wireless. "The only EV-DO Data Card equipped with a network adapter interface means the Merlin V620 can deliver real-time access to information on data transfer speeds, connection status, signal strength and more without interrupting the flow of data traffic. The capabilities provided by a network interface far outweigh the competition's slower, less sophisticated EV-DO dial-up adapters."

WHQL is a Microsoft standards body that produces and supports the Microsoft Hardware Compatibility Test Kit for current Microsoft operating systems. Products are tested with the kit to ensure that they meet Microsoft standards for compatibility with Windows and to qualify to use the 'Designed for Microsoft Windows' logo.

Using dual-band EV-DO and 1xRTT technologies, the Merlin V620 offers typical download speeds of 400 - 700 Kbps and bursts up to 2.4 Mbps, providing users with a wireless data experience similar to using high-speed wired connections at the office. By inserting the PC Card into a laptop, subscribers have access to email, the Internet and corporate databases so they can stay productive while working remotely. For further information on Novatel Wireless' Merlin V620, please visit www.novatelwireless.com.

BigNick 11-07-05 21:04

UbiquiTel Launches EV-DO Service
 
http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/050711/phm039.html?.v=11

UbiquiTel Launches EV-DO Service
Monday July 11, 2:35 pm ET
New Technology is up to 10 Times Faster Than Current Wireless Data Speeds
First to Market in Boise, Idaho and Reno, Nevada


CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa., July 11 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- UbiquiTel (Nasdaq: UPCS - News), a PCS Affiliate of Sprint (NYSE: FON - News), today announced it has launched its new Wireless High-Speed Data (Evolution Data Optimized or EV-DO) service in select business districts and airports throughout the cities of Boise, Idaho and Reno, Nevada, covering approximately 1 million residents. UbiquiTel intends to roll out wireless high-speed data service to approximately half of its coverage area by the end of 2006. The choice of utilizing EV-DO technology will create a seamless high-speed data service that is interoperable with Sprint's national rollout announced last week and is available to all Sprint customers with compatible laptop connection cards.

"We're thrilled to be the first wireless operator in Boise and Reno to launch our new wireless high-speed data service and expect to continue to leverage Sprint PCS Vision as an industry leading data product. We have all witnessed how broadband has completely altered the way we use the Internet, and now we'll see it maximize the way we use wireless technology," said Donald A. Harris, chairman and CEO of UbiquiTel.

Harris added that business customers can be more productive with access to information anywhere in EV-DO coverage areas. "I think there are so many benefits for customers including sales and customer service and location-based applications, in addition to video and audio streaming, e-mail access and digital imaging," Harris said.

To enable wireless high-speed access in EV-DO coverage areas, two EV-DO- ready Sprint PCS Connection Cards are now available: the Sprint PCS Connection Card by Sierra Wireless (AirCard® 580) and the Sprint PCS Connection Card by Novatel Wireless(TM) (Merlin S620(TM)). Both cards are capable of delivering typical user download speeds of 400-700 kbps and peak rates of up to 2 Mbps. Where EV-DO is not available, the connection cards will work on existing 1xRTT network with average user speeds of 50 - 70 kbps and peak speeds of up to 144 kbps. EV-DO ready handsets and Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) are expected to be available by the end of 2005 to further expand the lineup of devices capable of delivering wireless high-speed data services.

For business customers, pricing starts at $40 per month for 40MB with a price cap at $90 for those months when customers use the service more. An unlimited access plan is available through business sales channels for $80 per month. All prices exclude taxes and certain surcharges. For complete information regarding consumer pricing plans starting at $40 per month, visit your nearest Sprint Store or log on to http://www.sprintpcs.com for details.

About UbiquiTel Inc.

UbiquiTel is the exclusive provider of Sprint digital wireless mobility communications network products and services under the Sprint brand name to midsize markets in the Western and Midwestern United States that include a population of approximately 10.8 million residents and cover portions of California, Nevada, Washington, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah, Indiana, Kentucky and Tennessee.

About Sprint

Sprint offers an extensive range of innovative communication products and solutions, including global IP, wireless, local and multiproduct bundles. A Fortune 100 company with more than $26 billion in annual revenues in 2003, Sprint is widely recognized for developing, engineering and deploying state-of-the-art network technologies, including the United States' first nationwide all-digital, fiber-optic network; an award-winning Tier 1 Internet backbone; and the largest 100-percent digital, nationwide PCS wireless network in the United States. For more information, visit http://www.sprint.com/mr.

BigNick 15-07-05 15:36

Weekly
 
1 Allegato/i
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BigNick 15-07-05 15:39

Montly
 
1 Allegato/i
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BigNick 18-07-05 22:19

Novatel Wireless to Report Second Quarter Results on Tuesday, July 26th
 
Novatel Wireless to Report Second Quarter Results on Tuesday, July 26th
Monday July 18, 4:10 pm ET


SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 18, 2005--Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL - News) a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today announced that it will report financial results for its second quarter on Tuesday, July 26th, 2005 after the market close.
The Company will host a conference call for analysts and investors to discuss its quarterly results at 5:00 p.m. ET on Tuesday, July 26th, 2005. Open to the public, a live Webcast of the conference call will be accessible from the "Investor Relations" section of the Novatel Wireless web site (www.novatelwireless.com). Following the live Webcast, an archived version will be available on the Novatel Wireless web site.

About Novatel Wireless, Inc.

Novatel Wireless, Inc. is a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions. Novatel Wireless' Merlin(TM) PC Cards, Expedite(TM) Embedded Modems, Freedom Box(TM) Ruggedized Modems, MobiLink(TM) Communications Software Suite, Ovation(TM) 3G Multimedia Application Consoles and Conversa(TM) Software Suite enable high-speed wireless access to personal, corporate and public information. The company delivers innovative 3G solutions to operators, distributors and vertical markets worldwide. Headquartered in San Diego, California, Novatel Wireless is listed on NASDAQ:NVTL. (NVTLE)

BigNick 20-07-05 19:29

Alcatel and Novatel Wireless Partner to Accelerate HSDPA Service Launch
 
Alcatel and Novatel Wireless Partner to Accelerate HSDPA Service Launch
Wednesday July 20, 8:33 am ET


PARIS and SAN DIEGO, July 20 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Alcatel (NYSE: ALA - News; Paris: CGEP.PA - News) and Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq: NVTL - News), today announced that both companies have completed thorough interoperability tests between Alcatel Evolium(TM) radio access infrastructure and the Novatel Wireless' Merlin U740(TM) Wireless PC Card Modem in order to enable mobile operators worldwide to undertake live HSDPA (High-Speed Downlink Packet Access) field introductions.

These introductions will leverage the HSDPA interoperability tests already carried out by Alcatel and QUALCOMM, between Alcatel's Evolium(TM) radio access infrastructure and QUALCOMM's Mobile Station Modem(TM) (MSM(TM)) MSM6275(TM) chipset. Furthermore, this chipset was integrated by Novatel Wireless to expand its portfolio of multi-standard Merlin(TM) Wireless PC Card Modems to HSDPA.

An example of this powerful association is both companies' support of tele.ring's HSDPA field introduction, which will be taking place in Austria during the second half of 2005.

"Our association with Novatel Wireless will enable Alcatel to provide 3G operators with a fully-interoperable, end-to-end HSDPA solution allowing them to offer, primarily to their corporate subscribers, new PC-based data- intensive services," said Marc Rouanne, chief operating officer of Alcatel's mobile communications activities. "The flexibility of Alcatel's HSDPA solution, implying a software-only upgrade, will help us accelerate the availability of HSDPA for 3G subscribers worldwide."

"Novatel Wireless has always been at the forefront of the best Wireless WAN broadband technology and access solutions for the mobile industry," said Peter Leparulo, chief executive officer of Novatel Wireless. "We are proud to have been selected by tele.ring for their HSDPA introduction, and are confident that our agreement with Alcatel will benefit both companies' HSDPA business opportunities worldwide."

"tele.ring is relying on Alcatel and on Novatel Wireless for the success of our HSDPA introduction in Austria," declared Elmar Grasser, chief technology officer of tele.ring.

Based on Alcatel's Evolium(TM) end-to-end multi-standard solution, the deployment of Alcatel's HSDPA solution will require a simple software-only upgrade, as all Alcatel's Node Bs already used by 3G/UMTS operators' networks worldwide are fully HSDPA-ready.

About HSDPA

The HSDPA (High Speed Downlink Packet Access) standard marks a similar leap forward for WCDMA and UMTS as EDGE does for GSM in terms of data transmission speed and capacity, essential for 3G evolution. Current field- proven 3G downlink speeds of about 384 kbps (up to 2 Mbps possible according to standards) will be boosted to 14Mbps (maximum value according to standards) with the first-generation HSDPA systems, enabling operators to support a considerably larger number of high data-rate users on a single radio carrier and ensure data-hungry subscribers get the best experience with innovative and existing multimedia services.

BigNick 20-07-05 21:41

Trimestrale di Sierra Wireless
 
questa sera la trimestrale di Sierra Wireless principale concorrente di Novatel, spero che NVTL possa avergli rubato quote di mercato... :rolleyes:

BigNick 22-07-05 19:43

Buy report di Morgan Joseph
 
oggi in apertura NVTL si è mossa grazie alla pubblicazione di questo report, ne posto solo una parte, il resto per chi interessa potete trovarlo in versione pdf a questo indirizzo: http://www.morganjoseph.com/nvtl050721n.pdf

coraggiosi i ragazzi a postare un report una settimana prima della trimestrale :eek:


Date: July 21, 2005
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We are initiating coverage of Novatel Wireless, Inc. with a Buy (1) rating and 12-month price target of $21. Novatel is a
leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions for the worldwide mobile communications market. It is the only 3G
card vendor to penetrate the market for both EVDO and UMTS based 3G data services. Novatel is now shipping its data
cards to 12 European UMTS carriers (including Vodafone (VOD - $24.85 - NYSE). In the US market, we believe Cingular
will select Novatel as a vendor for its HSDPA deployment expected in late 4Q05. In the EVDO market, Novatel continues to
gain share at Verizon (VZ - $34.18 - NYSE) from competitor Sierra Wireless (SWIR - $7.97 - NASDQ), and is a primary card
supplier for Sprint’s (FON - $25.05 - NYSE) 2H05 deployment.
Increasing carrier competition is a positive development for card suppliers. European carrier competition is leading to higher
card subsidies and lower pricing plans for UMTS services driving accelerating UMTS card sales. In the US EVDO market,
now that Sprint is competing directly with Verizon, we anticipate that marketing initiatives by these carriers will accelerate.
Novatel is also gaining traction with new broadband wireless products beyond 3G data cards. We believe initial deployments
of Novatel’s new Ovation home gateway are on track. We also expect Novatel to announce an embedded deal with a leading
PC vendor in the next few months. To be conservative, new product revenues are not included in our model.
Despite ongoing fundamental improvement, Novatel is down 28.5% YTD. We believe shares have bottomed, rallying 62.5%
from a low of $8.54 in May. While we expect an in-line 2Q05, there could be meaningful upside to our 2H05 estimates, even
after factoring the impact of a decline in the Euro, driven by initial sales of Ovation and upside to our 3G card forecast. At
these levels, we believe Novatel represents a compelling value.
Our target of $21 is based on PE/Growth and comparative multiple analysis. Novatel trades at a 2006E P/E of 18.3x (14.6x
ex-net cash). Our target yields a 2006E forward P/E of 27.8x (24.0x ex-net cash). Assuming a 40% growth rate we derive a
PEG ratio of 69.4%. Novatel currently trades at a 2006 EV/Sales multiple of 1.5x. Our target yields an EV/Sales multiple of
2.4x.

MaxVaro 22-07-05 20:13

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Originalmente inviato da MaxVaro
Weekly: x come è messa adesso non la toccherei manco di striscio!

E' impostata x continuare a scendere, e bene anke... :eek:

CVD.... sono un Mago ,no ?! :eek:

il Mago Merdino..... ;)

BigNick 22-07-05 21:46

L'HSDPA, il super-UMTS nella seconda metà del 2006
 
L'HSDPA, il super-UMTS che promette velocità di qualche megabit
al secondo sul cellulare, arriverà sul mercato di massa nella
seconda metà del 2006.
Lo prevede una ricerca di Informa Telecoms & Media, secondo cui
a ritardare l'arrivo dell'HSDPA sarà la carenza di terminali 3G
abilitati.
Sebbene molti Operatori abbiano già dichiarato i propri piani
di sviluppo per l'HSDPA, con l'upgrade della rete entro fine 2005,
il super-UMTS sarà per i primi mesi disponibile solo tramite
datacard da collegare ai notebook. I primi cellulari HSDPA
arriveranno nei negozi non prima di metà 2005.
"Assisteremo ad una situazione analoga a quella vissuta durante
il lancio dell'UMTS, previsto per il 2003, poi per il 2004, ma
che non è riuscito a decollare nei tempi previsti per la carenza
di telefonini 3G" afferma John Everington, analista di Informa
Telecoms & Media. "Samsung, LG e NEC hanno dichiarato che entro
fine 2005 venderanno cellulari HSDPA, ma i terminali saranno
disponibili in quantità sufficienti solo nella seconda metà del
2006, obbligando gli Operatori ad offrire la nuova tecnologia
solo tramite datacard".
Il primo Operatore a lanciare una rete HSDPA dovrebbe essere
l'americana Cingular Wireless. La giapponese NTT DoCoMo, che
avrebbe dovuto battere il Gestore statunitense, ritarderà il
lancio fino alla seconda metà del 2006. In Europa, è la britannica
O2 a lavorare sodo per essere la prima nel HSDPA, che sarà
sperimentato in estate sull'Isola di Man.

BigNick 26-07-05 14:06

Questa sera la trimestrale
 
Q2 2005 Novatel Wireless Earnings Release - After Market

EPS Estimate 0.09

ci sarebbe da avvisare il "Benefattore" poichè vigili su di essa....

;)

BigNick 26-07-05 21:26

mazza che volumi oggi..
 
ancora poche ore..

a parte me c'è qualcun'altro dentro a farmi compagnia o sono solo ?
:rolleyes:

BigNick 26-07-05 22:17

Novatel Wireless Reports Record Second Quarter Revenues
 
Novatel Wireless Reports Record Second Quarter Revenues
Tuesday July 26, 4:15 pm ET
Revenues Increase 19% Sequentially - GAAP Net Income of $0.10 per Share

SAN DIEGO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 26, 2005--Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL - News), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today reported financial results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2005.

Revenues for the second quarter were $38.6 million, which is a 60% increase over $24.1 million reported in the same period last year. Second quarter GAAP net income of $2.9 million or $0.10 per diluted share includes a non-cash provision for income taxes of $1.6 million, and compares to non-taxed GAAP net income of $3.2 million or $0.11 per diluted share in the prior year period.

In the second quarter, Novatel Wireless provisioned for taxes at a 35% tax rate. The Company anticipates that for 2005 it will pay cash taxes in the range of approximately 0% to 10% of pre-tax book income. As a result, Non-GAAP net income using an anticipated cash tax rate of 10% was $4.0 million or $0.13 per diluted share, which represents 25% growth from $3.2 million or $0.11 per diluted share in the prior year period.

At June 30, 2005 total cash and investments balance was $92.4 million or $3.17 per share, a sequential increase of $6.3 million from the first quarter of 2005.

"In the second quarter, revenues rose 19% sequentially to the highest level in company history," commented Peter Leparulo, Novatel Wireless' Chief Executive Officer. "Our strong performance was driven by increasing shipments to Verizon Wireless domestically, continued expansion with Vodafone internationally and a strong debut of the first generation of our Ovation product line. Additionally, we announced the introduction of our Merlin S620 wireless PC Card designed to operate on Sprint's EV-DO and 1xRTT networks and expect to start shipping in volume in the third quarter. Through our strong relationships with most of the leading wireless carriers in the world, we believe we can continue to solidify our market leadership in 3G wireless modems and expect continued sequential revenue growth in the third quarter."

"The second quarter was highlighted by the successful debut of our Ovation product family -- one of the most significant product development efforts in company history," continued Mr. Leparulo. "Ovation provides small office/home office (SOHO), enterprise and residential markets with cost effective access to voice and broadband data services, putting us right at the forefront of fixed-mobile convergence in both voice and data. Sales of our first generation Ovation product reached $3.9 million in the second quarter and initial customer feedback has been very positive. We are planning to start shipping late in the third quarter our next generation Ovation product with significantly higher functionality and intellectual property content."

"We were especially pleased with our very strong second quarter revenue performance despite a weakening Euro which impacted both our top line and gross margins by approximately $700,000 or over $0.01 per share," explained Dan Halvorson, Chief Financial Officer of Novatel Wireless. "Excluding the impact of the Euro and expenses related to the move to a direct distribution model in Europe, gross margins would have been approximately in line with the prior quarter. Moving forward, we expect the Euro and the changes to the Company's distribution to continue to have an impact on gross margins in the third quarter. During the second quarter, we continued to invest heavily in research and development while demonstrating impressive operating leverage by successfully lowering operating expenses to 20% of sales. In the third quarter, we expect revenues to continue to grow sequentially to the range of $41 to $42 million with GAAP earnings of approximately $0.10 per diluted share and non-GAAP earnings of approximately $0.13 per diluted share."

Recent highlights during the quarter include:

June

The Company announced the availability of the Merlin S620, a next generation broadband wireless PC Card designed to operate on Sprint's EV-DO and 1xRTT networks.
The Company expanded its presence in Asia with the announcement that its Merlin U530 UMTS PC Card was being offered by Maxis Communications Bhd to its customers in Malaysia.
The Company announced the availability of MobiLink 2.0 software, a universal connection manager that enables users to access 3G wireless wide area networks and Wi-Fi networks with any Novatel Wireless PC Card Modem or embedded wireless modem.
The Merlin V620 EV-DO PC Card received the industry's first approval for network driver interface from Microsoft's Windows Hardware quality labs.
May

The Company announced that it was now offering 02 Germany its U630 quad-band UMTS PC Card giving 02 Germany subscribers international mobile roaming capabilities.
CEO Peter Leparulo was named a finalist for the 2005 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year awards for the San Diego region.
Novatel Wireless and Dilithium Networks, a leading provider of 3G video telephony solutions, announced an agreement to jointly promote their complementary 3G video telephony solutions for PCs.
April

The Company announced the development of the Expedite EU730 and Expedite EU740 PCI Express Mini Cards for HSDPA networks. The Expedite EU730 and Expedite EU740 are designed for easy integration into multiple laptop platforms and other mobile devices.
Novatel Wireless received an Editors' Choice Award from PC Magazine for its Merlin V620 Wireless PC Card Modem.

dagoweb 26-07-05 22:28

Citazione:

Originalmente inviato da BigNick
ancora poche ore..

a parte me c'è qualcun'altro dentro a farmi compagnia o sono solo ?
:rolleyes:

Ciao Bignick,

io le seguo sempre, anche se non le ho in portafoglio.

In after non sembrano aver apprezzato la trimestrale .... :confused:

BigNick 26-07-05 22:34

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Originalmente inviato da dagoweb
Ciao Bignick,

io le seguo sempre, anche se non le ho in portafoglio.

In after non sembrano aver apprezzato la trimestrale .... :confused:

ciao Dago, normale amministrazione, meglio così almeno non lasciano gap aperti in questa lenta risalita (almeno spero.. :D )

BigNick 27-07-05 15:59

una bella apertura..
 
-11%, speriamo tenga almeno gli 11,40$ :rolleyes:

BigNick 27-07-05 22:24

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Originalmente inviato da BigNick
-11%, speriamo tenga almeno gli 11,40$ :rolleyes:

si è fermata proprio lì, e ha recuperato i 12,20$, che delusione comunque

va beh attenderemo ancora un po'... :angry:

MaxVaro 27-07-05 22:54

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Originalmente inviato da BigNick
si è fermata proprio lì, e ha recuperato i 12,20$, che delusione comunque

va beh attenderemo ancora un po'... :angry:

Ciao Big! mi disp. x l'andazzo della seduta, mi pare ke dati siano buoni ma nn sono cosa si aspettasse il mercato, e forse erano già "scontati" dall'ottimo andamento del titolo da inizio maggio

Occhio xè il movimento attuale al ribasso sta avvenendo con volumi in decisa crescita, e l'apice per ora è la candela odierna

Oscillatori ora sono girati al ribasso: c'è da sperare ke si muova in laterale x un po' di tempo.

Se come hai segnalato dovesse perdere 11.40, beh, credo sia prudente sganciare in parte la posizione ed attendere + in basso.

Buona Notte Amigo! ;)

BigNick 28-07-05 15:32

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Originalmente inviato da MaxVaro
Ciao Big! mi disp. x l'andazzo della seduta, mi pare ke dati siano buoni ma nn sono cosa si aspettasse il mercato, e forse erano già "scontati" dall'ottimo andamento del titolo da inizio maggio

Occhio xè il movimento attuale al ribasso sta avvenendo con volumi in decisa crescita, e l'apice per ora è la candela odierna

Oscillatori ora sono girati al ribasso: c'è da sperare ke si muova in laterale x un po' di tempo.

Se come hai segnalato dovesse perdere 11.40, beh, credo sia prudente sganciare in parte la posizione ed attendere + in basso.

Buona Notte Amigo! ;)

ciao Max Anima Buona, ti ringrazio per il tuo prezioso intervento
sei un grande :)
BigNick

MaxVaro 28-07-05 18:30

Preziosa è l'Amicizia, Big ! ;) Ma non ho bisogno di dirlo io a te... è solo x ricordarlo a me stesso! :D

Per il resto cerchiamo di fare del nostro meglio....

Ogi pare una seduta di transizione: escursione minima attorno al close di ieri e volumini

Spero ke se ne stia in quest'area x un po' e poi riprenda la corsa... ma sai ke la speranza nn dovrebbe appartenere al vocabolario di un trader! :eek:

BigNick 29-07-05 20:55

Citazione:

Originalmente inviato da MaxVaro
Preziosa è l'Amicizia, Big ! ;) Ma non ho bisogno di dirlo io a te... è solo x ricordarlo a me stesso! :D

Per il resto cerchiamo di fare del nostro meglio....

Ogi pare una seduta di transizione: escursione minima attorno al close di ieri e volumini

Spero ke se ne stia in quest'area x un po' e poi riprenda la corsa... ma sai ke la speranza nn dovrebbe appartenere al vocabolario di un trader! :eek:

certo Max, preziosa più di qualsiasi gain che uno possa fare in borsa,

tornando a NVTL, secondo me cazzeggerà in questa area per almeno due mesi e poi si vedrà, potrebbe fare il movimento fatto tra settembre e dicembre 2003, stò aspettando un parere sui fondamentali da un amico, tu a fondamentali come sei messo ?

BigNick 02-08-05 18:59

Il problema di Novatel
 
si chiama "Option", adesso mi spiego molte cose, concorrente Belga di novatel, a giudicare dalla trimestrale gli ha portato via un bel pò di quote di mercato :wall:

UPDATE 2-Wireless card maker Option sees revenues up 70 pct
Tue Aug 2, 2005 05:23 AM ET
(Adds quote, details)
By Gilles Castonguay

BRUSSELS, Aug 2 (Reuters) - Belgian wireless data card maker Option (OPIN.BR: Quote, Profile, Research) (OPNVY.PK: Quote, Profile, Research) nearly doubled its revenue growth forecast for the year on Tuesday after a string of supply contracts produced strong results for the latest quarter.

Option, which supplies the cards to Europe's biggest mobile phone operators such as Vodafone (VOD.L: Quote, Profile, Research) , expected 96-100 million euros ($116-121 million) in revenues for the second half, leading to a rise of at least 70 percent for the year.

"We see the market conditions for wireless data cards further strengthening," read a statement by Chief Executive Jan Callewaert, who had hinted at a higher forecast due to strong demand for the cards in a July interview with a local daily.

The previous forecast was for a 45-percent rise for 2005.

Shares in Option, whose cards allow laptop users to surf the Internet at high speeds, rose 4.2 percent to a new high of 36.95 euros before settling to 36.50 euros, up 2.96 percent. The shares have repeatedly hit new record highs on a steady flow of news about new supply contracts with operators.

"2005 momentum is very strong, thanks to the expansion of data card services by existing clients ... launches of recently announced clients ... and possible new clients," said ING analyst Olivier Parein in a research note.

Option's U.S. rival Novatel (NVTL.O: Quote, Profile, Research) also produced strong results last week, posting a 60-percent rise in second-quarter sales to $38.6 million and a 35-percent boost to operating profit to 4.1 million euros.

Canada's Sierra Wireless (SW.TO: Quote, Profile, Research) did not do as well, posting a quarterly loss on lower sales and restructring costs.


NEW CARDS ON THE TABLE

Callewaert said Option was set to roll out a number of new cards later this year as it tries to keep up its sales momentum and stay ahead of the competition.

Option was on track to bring out in the fourth quarter a card for HSDPA, a much faster version of UMTS or third generation (3G) communications services.

Following talks with manufacturers, Option was testing a small card to be embedded in laptops.

It also planned to the enter broadband fixed and mobile market with a product that would connect local WLAN users to the Internet with 3G networks.

For the second quarter, Option's earnings before interest and tax (EBIT) rose by nearly 50 percent to 10.3 million euros.

Revenues rose 62 percent to a record 48.9 million euros.

BigNick 03-08-05 21:56

Pessimismo
 
la lettura della trimestrale di "Option" mi ha fatto diventare pessimista sulle sorti di NVTL, spero tanto di sbagliarmi e di venire smentito, qui se non arrivano buone nuove mi sà che si mette molto male...

BigNick 04-08-05 20:25

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Originalmente inviato da MaxVaro
Se come hai segnalato dovesse perdere 11.40, beh, credo sia prudente sganciare in parte la posizione ed attendere + in basso.

Buona Notte Amigo! ;)

ciao Max, anche il supporto a 11,4 è andato a farsi fottere...

BigNick 12-08-05 20:21

Il cesso scende anche oggi
 
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ebbene sì stà diventando ufficialmente un cesso, dopo la botta di vita di ieri ritorna a scendere, ma vafffff.... :angry:

BigNick 15-08-05 20:21

Orgogliesetta la ragazza....
 
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Originalmente inviato da BigNick
ebbene sì stà diventando ufficialmente un cesso, dopo la botta di vita di ieri ritorna a scendere, ma vafffff.... :angry:

e bastato darle del cesso che mi ha fatto un 5% in tre giorni con un nasdaq negativo, anche graficamente inizia a piacermi un po' di più

bahh

BigNick 16-08-05 21:23

sempre più offesa la ragazza...
 
è ancora presto per dirlo, ma sembra volersi portare a casa il 4 rialzo consecutivo, che se guardiamo l'andazzo del nasdaq, direi che è ben significativo :)

maledetto "Cesso" ! :D

BigNick 17-08-05 17:02

Nuova prospettiva..
 
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oggi la vedo così, macd prossimo all'incrocio nel daily

BigNick 17-08-05 21:44

ma che bella candeletta che stà disegnando la ragazza
 
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scusate l'euforia ma dopo tanta sofferenza....... :D

BigNick 18-08-05 16:38

Analogie
 
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macd ha finalmente incrociato al rialzo non lontano dallo zero,volumi in aumento, stiamo a vedere che combina oggi...

BigNick 22-08-05 18:48

Il "Cesso" ritorana a scendere...
 
(Vediamo se funziona ancora...ma non credo)

nonostante il nasdaq positivo scende sotto gli 11 dollari perdendo oltre 4 punti percentuali e deludendo per l'ennesima volta KO!

Cessoooooooooooooooooooooooooo !!

BigNick 22-08-05 21:19

10,85 nuovo minimo
 
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ora provo con l'immagine vediamo se funziona almeno questa... :D

BigNick 26-08-05 21:27

Il cesso ha dato i suoi frutti
 
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Originalmente inviato da BigNick
ora provo con l'immagine vediamo se funziona almeno questa... :D


si è offesa di nuovo.....è ha tirato fuori un po' di orgoglio.. :D

BigNick 02-09-05 21:32

MACD ritorna in positvo
 
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BigNick 14-09-05 21:08

Siemens and Novatel Wireless Set up Marketing and Development Partnership for HSDPA
 
http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/050914/145400.html?.v=1

New Team for HSDPA End-to-End Solutions: Siemens and Novatel Wireless Set up Marketing and Development Partnership for HSDPA
Wednesday September 14, 9:00 am ET


MUNICH, Germany & SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sept. 14, 2005--Siemens Communications and Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL - News), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, have agreed to work together on producing end-to-end solutions for High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA), the next generation upgrade to the UMTS standard. Under the terms of the agreement, Siemens will offer its leading HSDPA infrastructure with Novatel Wireless as the preferred partner for the associated PC cards on a global basis. Also on the agenda are joint marketing activities and the joint development of new products for HSDPA end-to-end solutions.




"To ensure the economic success of HSDPA," comments Christoph Caselitz, President of Mobile Networks at Siemens Communications, "it is absolutely essential that the high speed devices are commercially available at the same time as the infrastructure is installed. The portfolio of devices may include PC cards, embedded modules for notebooks and convergence solutions. Two of the leading suppliers in the HSDPA sector, Siemens and Novatel Wireless are now pooling their strengths to provide wireless carriers with a tested end-to-end-solution for HSDPA."

"Through our partnership with Siemens, Novatel Wireless is at the forefront of ensuring both wireless carriers and consumers receive the increased speed and productivity benefits offered by HSDPA networks," said Peter Leparulo, chief executive officer for Novatel Wireless. "As a pioneer in providing high-speed wireless broadband access solutions, Novatel Wireless is focusing its efforts on next-generation HSDPA to ensure faster data delivery. We are pleased to join forces with Siemens, enabling operators to benefit from a rigorously tested, complete end-to-end HSDPA solution."

The HSDPA end-to-end solution from Siemens and Novatel Wireless currently supports the loading of data to mobile devices at speeds of up to 1.8 megabits per second. This corresponds roughly to the speed possible today in fixed networks with DSL.

As one of the first suppliers to offer a complete commercial HSDPA solution comprising network components and data cards, Siemens is the market leader in the 3G sector. According to MultiMedia Research Institute, Worldwide W-CDMA Cellular Base Station Market Report, Tokyo 2005, more than 30 percent of the 3G base stations (NodeBs) commercially used worldwide by mobile phone operators are produced by Siemens and NEC. This corresponds to coverage of 90 percent of all 3G users around the world. Among the reasons for the ranking of the NodeB 880, the third generation of Siemens UMTS base stations, as the technological market leader are its high channel capacity, scalable carrier density, flexible range of applications and unique receiver sensitivity (source: Current Analysis Report, July 2005).

Novatel Wireless has the broadest HSDPA data product portfolio in the market place, including PC cards, mini-PCI modules, Express cards and Ovation consoles. The diversified product portfolio addresses the mobile enterprise market, the embedded laptop market and the fixed/mobile convergence market. Novatel Wireless was first to commercialize UMTS PC cards both in Europe and North America, and its Merlin PC data cards are currently available from 23 operators in 27 countries throughout Asia, Africa, Australia, Europe, the Middle East and North America. Novatel Wireless demonstrated its HSDPA PC cards earlier this year at the CeBit trade show in Hanover, Germany. Samples of the HSDPA U740 and U730 cards for Europe and North America are currently available to Novatel Wireless customers worldwide.

Novatel Wireless, Inc. is a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions. Novatel Wireless' Merlin(TM) PC Cards, Expedite(TM) Embedded Modems, Freedom Box(TM) Ruggedized Modems, MobiLink(TM) Communications Software Suite, Ovation(TM) 3G Multimedia Application Consoles and Conversa(TM) Software Suite enable high-speed wireless access to personal, corporate and public information. The company delivers innovative 3G solutions to operators, distributors and vertical markets worldwide. Headquartered in San Diego, Calif., Novatel Wireless is listed on NASDAQ: NVTL. For more information, visit www.novatelwireless.com. (NVTLG)

Siemens Communications is one of the largest players in the global telecommunications industry. Siemens is the only provider in the market that offers its customers a full-range portfolio, from devices for end users to complex network infrastructures for enterprises and carriers as well as related services. Siemens Communications is the world's innovation leader in convergent technologies, products and services for wireless, fixed and enterprise networks. It is the largest Group within Siemens and operates in more than 160 countries around the world. In fiscal 2004 (year-end September 30), its 60,000-strong workforce posted sales of approximately 18 billion euros.

BigNick 15-09-05 20:37

http://news.vzw.com/news/2005/09/pr2005-09-15a.html

Verizon Wireless And Vodafone Introduce GlobalAccess Wireless Broadband Service For International Travelers
Verizon Wireless Business Customers Can Now Take Advantage of Global Data Access

09/15/2005

BEDMINSTER, NJ — Verizon Wireless, owner and operator of the largest national wide-area wireless broadband network in the United States, in conjunction with Vodafone today announced GlobalAccess – a new service that gives business travelers unprecedented mobile versatility. GlobalAccess provides Verizon Wireless business customers with a two-card solution that gives them secure connection to the Internet in more than 60 major metropolitan markets in the United States, as well as in Canada and in 50 countries throughout Europe, Asia, Australia and Africa.

In the United States, Verizon Wireless’ BroadbandAccess, the company’s premier service for businesses, gives mobile professionals a fast resource to help them be productive and in touch with the office and customers while traveling domestically. Running on Verizon Wireless’ Evolution-Data Optimized (EV-DO) network, BroadbandAccess gives mobile professionals the ability to use their laptops to tap into applications and tasks with typical user download speeds of 400-700 kilobits per second (kbps) – making it ideal for downloading files residing behind corporate firewalls, accessing e-mail, intranets and the Internet.

While operating outside of the United States, GlobalAccess runs on Vodafone’s high-speed 3G network with data rates of up to 384 kbps using the Vodafone Mobile Connect 3G/GPRS where available, acting as an extension of Verizon Wireless’ BroadbandAccess service. This high-speed connection allows Verizon Wireless customers to download complex files and large e-mail attachments quickly and easily – while traveling abroad.

As with Verizon Wireless’ BroadbandAccess service for business customers, GlobalAccess is a wide-area wireless data service. With GlobalAccess, customers are not limited to the 300-foot range of Wi-Fi or confined to working in a hotel room – they can work when and where they need to and experience the freedom of mobility. For ease of use, the two-card solution – one for accessing Verizon Wireless’ EV-DO BroadbandAccess service and the other for Vodafone Mobile Connect 3G/GPRS – includes software that detects which data card has been inserted in the laptop and launches the dashboard client for connection to the appropriate service. Through Vodafone’s networks and its roaming agreements, GlobalAccess can be used in up to 50 countries.

Cindy Patterson, vice president of enterprise data for Verizon Wireless, said “Many of our enterprise customers have large numbers of employees who spend time traveling internationally. Our relationship with Vodafone allows us to offer our customers access to our industry-leading wireless broadband network in the U.S. and Vodafone’s highly-successful Mobile Connect 3G data card and dashboard software, resulting in a best-in-class wireless experience when they travel – domestically or abroad.”

Pricing for GlobalAccess
Verizon Wireless GlobalAccess customers can get unlimited use in the United States and Canada, and up to 100 MB of usage in France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Sweden, the United Kingdom and in other Western European (Tier 1) countries for only $129.99 monthly access with a one- or two-year customer agreement (see complete list below). Other countries (Tier 2), such as Australia, Brazil, China, Israel, Hong Kong, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, Taiwan and Thailand are billed at just $0.03 per KB, enabling customers to connect with the office in more than 50 countries around the globe.

For the less frequent international business traveler, Verizon Wireless also offers a pay-per-use plan for customers on existing unlimited BroadbandAccess or NationalAccess plans. This option gives occasional travelers flexibility for international wireless data, with prices including $0.002 per KB in Canada, $0.02 per KB in Tier 1 countries and $0.03 per KB in Tier 2 countries.

GlobalAccess PC Cards
Customers can purchase Global Cards – two PC Cards – one for accessing Verizon Wireless’ EV-DO network and its BroadbandAccess service and the other for access to Vodafone’s 3G/GPRS network. The Verizon Wireless V620 (http://www.novatelwireless.com/produ...rlin-v620.html) and Verizon Wireless U630(http://www.novatelwireless.com/produ...lin-u630.html) are available for $279.98 with a two-year customer agreement or $379.98 with a one-year customer agreement. Existing BroadbandAccess customers can also purchase the Verizon Wireless U630 Global PC Card separately and use their existing BroadbandAccess PC Card they already own for GlobalAccess. The Verizon Wireless U630 Global PC Card is available for $179.99 with a two-year customer agreement or $229.99 with a one-year customer agreement.

For more information on Verizon Wireless EV-DO products and services, including GlobalAccess and BroadbandAccess, visit a Verizon Wireless Communications Store, call 1-800-2 JOIN IN or go to www.verizonwireless.com. Business customers can contact a Verizon Wireless Business Sales Representative directly at 1-800-VZW-4-BIZ.

GlobalAccess from Verizon Wireless is available in the following countries:

Tier 1 Countries
Belgium
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Netherlands
Portugal
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
United Kingdom


Tier 2 Countries
Australia
Austria
Bahrain
Bosnia/Herzegovina
Brazil
Bulgaria
China
Croatia
Czech Republic
Denmark
Egypt
Estonia
Finland
Hong Kong
Indonesia
Israel
Kuwait
Latvia
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Malaysia
Malta
New Zealand
Norway
Philippines
Poland
Romania
Russia
Serbia/Montenegro
Singapore
Slovakia
Slovenia
South Africa
Taiwan
Thailand
Turkey
Ukraine
Venezuela

BroadbandAccess in the United States
Today, Verizon Wireless’ EV-DO network includes 61 of the major metropolitan areas and airports from coast to coast so customers can use BroadbandAccess in the following major metropolitan markets:

State/Market
Arizona
1. Phoenix


California
2. Los Angeles (includes Burbank and Ontario)
3. Orange County
4. Sacramento
5. San Diego
6. San Francisco

Colorado
7. Denver

Connecticut
8. Hartford
9. New Haven
10. New London

Delaware
11. Wilmington

District of Columbia
12. Greater Washington

Florida
13. Ft. Lauderdale
14. Jacksonville
15. Miami
16. Orlando
17. Tampa/St. Petersburg
18. West Palm Beach

Georgia
19. Athens
20. Atlanta

Illinois
21. Chicago

Indiana
22. Indianapolis

Kansas
23. Kansas City (also in MO)

Kentucky
24. Louisville

Louisiana
25. Baton Rouge
26. Lake Charles
27. New Orleans

Maryland
28. Baltimore

Massachusetts
29. Boston

Michigan
30. Detroit

Minnesota
31. Minneapolis

Missouri
Kansas City (also in KS)
32. St. Louis

Nevada
33. Las Vegas

New Jersey
34. Newark/Jersey City
35. Trenton

New York
36. Long Island (Suffolk and Nassau counties)
37. New York
38. Rochester
39. Syracuse

North Carolina
40. Charlotte
41. Raleigh Durham

Ohio
42. Akron
43. Cincinnati
44. Cleveland
45. Columbus
46. Dayton

Oregon
47. Portland

Pennsylvania
48. Philadelphia
49. Pittsburgh

Rhode Island
50. Providence

Tennessee
51. Knoxville

Texas
52. Austin
53. Beaumont
54. Dallas
55. Fort Worth
56. Houston
57. San Antonio

Virginia
58. Richmond

Washington
59. Seattle

Wisconsin
60. Madison
61. Milwaukee

About Verizon Wireless
Verizon Wireless owns and operates the nation’s most reliable wireless network, serving 47.4 million voice and data customers. Headquartered in Bedminster, NJ, Verizon Wireless is a joint venture of Verizon Communications (NYSE: VZ) and Vodafone (NYSE and LSE: VOD). Find more information on the Web at www.verizonwireless.com. To preview and request broadcast-quality video footage and high-resolution stills of Verizon Wireless operations, log on to the Verizon Wireless Multimedia Library at www.verizonwireless.com/multimedia.

BigNick 16-09-05 20:53

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apertura in gup up con forti volumi, nessuna news rilevante a parte quella postata ieri relativa all'utilizzo delle due schede wireless di novatel da parte di Verizon Wireless e Vodafone

MaxVaro 16-09-05 21:28

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orario a 10 gg

BigNick 19-09-05 15:43

Dell Will Install
Verizon Wireless Web
In Certain Laptops

By JESSE DRUCKER
Staff Reporter of THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
September 19, 2005; Page B1

Verizon Wireless and Dell Inc. are expected to announce today a deal to put cellular technology that allows high-speed Internet access directly inside some of Dell's notebook computers, in an attempt to bring the service to the mass market.

Verizon Wireless offers the service, called BroadbandAccess, in about half of the U.S. It allows customers to get on to the Internet wirelessly at speeds comparable with wired digital subscriber lines in most places in those markets where they can find a Verizon Wireless signal -- such as when riding in a car or train or sitting in a hotel room.

But the service requires customers to purchase a separate wireless card to slide into a laptop. Beginning early next year, the technology will be built directly into some of a line of Dell portable computers called the Latitude series. The service also requires a monthly subscription and annual contract. Verizon Wireless is negotiating with other laptop makers and is expected to announce shortly a similar deal with Lenovo Group Ltd., the maker of ThinkPad-brand laptops, according to a person familiar with those talks.

Verizon Wireless is investing more than $1 billion to upgrade its cellular network with a technology known as EV-DO to accommodate higher data speeds. The company hopes to create a whole new wireless Web access business as it competes with other cellular carriers as well as with the popular technology known as Wi-Fi. Wi-Fi allows wireless Internet access at faster speeds than EV-DO, but generally at a much shorter range of a few hundred feet from an access point.

Verizon Wireless also seeks to enter new lines of business as the old landline phone business of its majority owner, Verizon Communications Inc., faces new competition from cable-TV companies. (Britain's Vodafone Group PLC owns the other piece of Verizon Wireless.)

It is betting that wireless Internet access could give it a possible advantage over competitors. Verizon Wireless could also face competition from efforts coordinated by several local governments that are deploying citywide wireless Internet setups, in many cases using Wi-Fi or other wireless broadband technologies. Sprint Nextel Corp. also sells EV-DO.

In another attempt to boost the popularity of EV-DO, Verizon Wireless last month dropped its prices by 25% for some customers, to roughly $60 per month. Corporate discounts could lower the cost further for some users. The company declines to say how many EV-DO subscribers it has.

BigNick 19-09-05 20:26

Novatel Wireless and Mobitel Partner to Deliver Slovenia's First Quad Band UMTS PC Ca
 
Novatel Wireless and Mobitel Partner to Deliver Slovenia's First Quad Band UMTS PC Card
Monday September 19, 8:00 am ET
Novatel Wireless Merlin U630(TM) to Provide Mobitel Customers with Wireless, High-Speed Broadband Access Worldwide


SAN DIEGO & LJUBLJANA, Slovenia--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sept. 19, 2005--Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL - News), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today announced a supply agreement to provide its Merlin U630 PC Data Cards to Mobitel, a national mobile telecommunications carrier in Slovenia. Novatel Wireless will offer Mobitel's subscribers the country's first quad band Universal Mobile Telecommunications Service (UMTS) PC Card, enabling worldwide access to wireless high-speed broadband.

Using the Merlin U630, Mobitel's 3G customers can access data on UMTS 2100 MHz bands in Asia, Africa, Europe and the Middle East and GSM/GPRS 900/1800/1900 MHz bands across the globe. The PC Card allows mobile workers to wirelessly access email, the Internet and corporate networks stored behind firewalls. With speeds up to 384 kilobits per second, users can remain in contact with customers, partners and co-workers while out of the office. The Merlin U630 enables businesses to increase productivity and efficiency, while gaining a competitive advantage.

"As an early adopter in building Mobitel's 3G network, we are once again taking the lead in offering Slovenia's first worldwide PC Card," said Danilo Tomsi, Head of Corporate Market Division at Mobitel. "Novatel Wireless is a pioneer in developing advanced, high-speed wireless PC Cards, and we are pleased to work with the company to increase our subscribers' mobile connectivity options. The Merlin U630 makes broadband access from any location at any time a reality for Mobitel customers."

"Mobitel is truly a 3G leader when it comes to building a comprehensive network and providing cutting-edge data services," said Rob Hadley, Senior Vice President of Worldwide Sales and Marketing at Novatel Wireless. "This partnership further extends Novatel Wireless' global reach, enabling remote workers to use a single card for access to UMTS services across multiple networks and continents. Novatel Wireless is the first and only PC Card provider to offer quad band connectivity worldwide."

Mobitel has a 73 percent market share in the Slovenian mobile telecommunications industry. It is the only Slovenian carrier to introduce 3G UMTS services. Novatel Wireless is the global leader in UMTS PC Card sales with Merlin UMTS PC Cards available from 23 operators in 27 countries throughout Asia, Africa, Europe, the Middle East and North America.

BigNick 21-09-05 20:53

1 Allegato/i
la ragazza dovo aver chiuso il gap a 12,9, barcolla ma poi si riprende con veemenza e buoni volumi, la concorrente SWIR nel frattempo in due giorni è passata da 8$ a 11$, il che non mi piace molto.... :rolleyes:

nel frattempo PUDWILL HORST J director (insider) il 19 Settembre ha venduto la bellezza di 200.000 azioni ( http://www.form4oracle.com/company?c...52&ticker=nvtl ) a 11,71$ e 12,10$ (Non poteva aspettare di venderle oggi a 13,8$ ??? :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

non ci capisco una mazza, qualcuno mi illumini !

ma, forse è meglio limitarsi a guardare il grafico come mi dice il mio amico Max Anima Buona :bow:

teniamo duro

BigNick 23-09-05 18:48

Novatel Wireless Announces Initial Commercial Shipments of First Voice and Data Ovati
 
http://investor.novatelwireless.com/...leaseID=174613

Novatel Wireless Announces Initial Commercial Shipments of First Voice and Data Ovation(TM) 3G Multimedia Application Console

SAN DIEGO, Sep 23, 2005 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today announced it has begun commercial shipments of its Ovation MCU1200(TM), the first model in the Ovation(TM) Family of 3G Multimedia Application Consoles to offer voice and 3G data capabilities.

Ovation is a portfolio of stand-alone desktop consoles that unifies wireless wide area networking (WWAN), wireless local area networking (WLAN) and circuit switched cellular voice. The Ovation MCU1200 provides small office/home office (SOHO), enterprise and residential markets in Europe and Asia with cost-effective access to voice and broadband data services.

The Conversa software suite in the Ovation MCU1200 is designed to support unique features that provide a rich end-user experience and optimize performance of the console through the following:

-- Broadband WWAN Internet access -- Conversa provides user-friendly and secure wireless broadband access to the Internet, email, corporate networks and virtual private networks

-- Advanced device networking -- without replacing existing equipment, Conversa allows SOHO, enterprise and residential users to connect multiple devices, including landline telephones, desktop PCs or laptops to wireless broadband Internet access, fax machines and other WLAN-enabled peripheral devices from every office or room

-- Analog voice calling -- Conversa will enable voice calling from landline or cordless telephones using voice over GSM circuit switch, providing an alternative to landline phone service

-- Embedded Print Server Support -- through an embedded software application, Conversa allows SOHO, enterprise and residential users to manager multiple printers

-- Location flexibility -- leveraging Conversa, the Ovation MCU1200 provides wireless carriers with added flexibility for location based billing and comprehensive device management features

-- Advanced security firewalls -- Conversa enables enterprises to safely share files and securely access email, the Internet and corporate information

"As the first developer of an advanced voice and broadband data application console, Novatel Wireless continues to pioneer fixed-mobile convergence and core technology advances," said Peter Leparulo, chief executive officer for Novatel Wireless. "Carriers across Europe and Asia now have the capability to offer a state-of-the-art, converged 3G solution, allowing them to compete in the fixed voice and data broadband market. Novatel Wireless will continue to develop innovative broadband converged products that address the needs of global carriers and subscribers alike."

About Ovation Family of 3G Multimedia Application Consoles Powered by Conversa

The Ovation Family of 3G Multimedia Application Consoles is a portfolio of stand-alone desktop consoles integrated with GSM, UMTS and 802.11b/g to provide broadband data and voice communications and the delivery of multimedia applications. Ovation is powered by Conversa, a software suite developed by Novatel Wireless that offers broadband WWAN Internet access, advanced WLAN networking, analog voice calling and intelligent routing depending on quality of service and cost, multimedia application support, advanced security firewalls and protocol flexibility.

For further information on Novatel Wireless' Ovation Family of 3G Multimedia Application Consoles powered by Conversa, please visit: http://www.novatelwireless.com/produ...ion/index.html

Note: Editors can download photos and logos of Ovation by visiting: http://www.novatelwireless.com/about.../presskit.html

BigNick 23-09-05 19:16

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BigNick 23-09-05 19:31

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Market Pulse: Novatel Wireless gets lift as product begins shipping
Friday September 23, 12:03 pm ET
By Michael Baron


NEW YORK (MarketWatch) -- Shares of Novatel Wireless Inc. surged almost 7% to $15.07 after the San Diego company said it's started commercial shipments of its Ovation MCU1200 multimedia communications console product. The company said the console enables voice and broadband data services, and that it's targeted at the small office/home office enterprise and residential markets.

BigNick 23-09-05 20:12

Nuovi massimi di periodo
 
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la cosa inizia a farsi interessante, rompe la resistenza di maggio e giugno, è il terzo gap up in meno di dieci giorni, forti volumi, a due ore dalla chiusura siamo già a oltre tre milioni di pezzi..

....ma la strada è ancora lunga

...........e attendo con pazienza il mio personale target...

dagoweb 23-09-05 21:13

Eila' Bignick !
vedo che gli affari si stanno sistemando :)
A questo punto i 14 $$ diventano la linea Maginot ...
Se, nei prossimi giorni riuscira' a rimanerci stabilmente sopra, vorrebbe voler dire ambire ad ambiziosi traguardi ...

BigNick 23-09-05 21:21

Citazione:

Originalmente inviato da dagoweb
Eila' Bignick !
vedo che gli affari si stanno sistemando :)
A questo punto i 14 $$ diventano la linea Maginot ...
Se, nei prossimi giorni riuscira' a rimanerci stabilmente sopra, vorrebbe voler dire ambire ad ambiziosi traguardi ...

ciao Dago ! tutto bene ?

mi aspetto qualche news importante per settimana prossima, qualche bel contrattino sulle schede wireless embedded dentro qualche bel portatile ad esempio, che ne dici ? ;)

dagoweb 23-09-05 21:42

Citazione:

Originalmente inviato da BigNick
ciao Dago ! tutto bene ?

mi aspetto qualche news importante per settimana prossima, qualche bel contrattino sulle schede wireless embedded dentro qualche bel portatile ad esempio, che ne dici ? ;)

Tutto ok, tnx !

Sulle news che influenzano l'andamento del titolo sono un po' scettico ...
Perche' il rialzo di questi giorni dovrebbe essere dovuto alll'Ovation, quando sono mesi che si sa di quel prodotto ? Tra l'altro l'avevi segnalato proprio tu ... OK!

Comunque il mio e' un discorso generale e non specifico di nvtl, e mi sa che hanno ragione quelli che guardano solo i grafici e se ne fregano bellamente di tutto il resto ...

BigNick 23-09-05 21:47

Citazione:

Originalmente inviato da dagoweb
Tutto ok, tnx !

Sulle news che influenzano l'andamento del titolo sono un po' scettico ...
Perche' il rialzo di questi giorni dovrebbe essere dovuto alll'Ovation, quando sono mesi che si sa di quel prodotto ? Tra l'altro l'avevi segnalato proprio tu ... OK!

Comunque il mio e' un discorso generale e non specifico di nvtl, e mi sa che hanno ragione quelli che guardano solo i grafici e se ne fregano bellamente di tutto il resto ...

ma infatti oggi non è salita per la notizia dell'Ovation, è da venerdì scorso che sale costantemente, oggi ha fatto solo un piccolo salto, le notizie "vere" devono ancora uscire secondo me, Ovation è ancora un prodotto giovane per il momento....

BigNick 24-09-05 08:22

Cazzarola, se dentro il nuovo Treo ci fosse una schedina NVTL.....
 
sarebbe troppo bello :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

:specchio: :specchio:

Palm, Microsoft to team on new Treo
Device will be work with Verizon's new high-speed service
By Rex Crum & Michael Paige, MarketWatch
Last Update: 7:00 PM ET Sept. 23, 2005

SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) - Palm Inc. on Monday is expected to unveil an updated version of its Treo product that combines a mobile phone with a digital organizer, according to a person familiar with the company's plans.
The new offering, long-expected, is designed to help Palm keep pace with rival Research In Motion Ltd.'s popular Blackberry devices.

Palm shares rose more than 4% in late trading on the news, while RIM shares lost almost 2%.

The Treo will use a version of Microsoft's Windows operating system - despite a long and bitter rivalry between the two firms -- and work with a new high-speed wireless service offered by Verizon Communications Inc., said the source, who requested anonymity.

Palm, (PALM: news, chart, profile) which pioneered the market for pocket-sized electronic organizers in the late 1990's, has faced increased competition in recent years from RIM (RIMM: news, chart, profile) and other makers for all-in-one consumer products that can track appointments and addresses, make phone calls and send and receive email.

The company's shares plunged 18% Friday after Palm reported disappointing sales of its personal digital assistants and issued a revenue forecast for the current quarter that was lower than Wall Street expected. See full story.

"It's clear that Palm has been losing ground to RIM," said Roger Kay, president of Endpoint Technologies Associates, a technology research firm based in Concord, Mass. "The Blackberry has been setting the pace," with features that are especially popular with business travelers, Kay said.

On Thursday, Palm said its first-quarter profit fell 7% to $18.2 million, even though sales rose 25%. The company also said it expects to post second-quarter revenue of $435 million to $440 million, a range that falls below analysts' consensus estimates.

The product is expected to be shown at an event in San Francisco Monday attended by Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates, Palm Chief Executive Ed Colligan and Verizon Wireless Chief Executive Denny Strigl.

Analysts expect the new Treo will be available early next year.

"We expect a version...no later than the first calendar quarter of 2006," according to a note written by Needham & Co. analyst Charles R. Wolf.

The device will access Verizon's cellular network using updated technology that sends data over wireless links at broadband speeds. It will compete with the Blackberry device available from Verizon (VZ: news, chart, profile) rival T-Mobile USA Inc., a unit of Deutsche Telekom.

Microsoft's motivation

For Microsoft, the partnership with Palm is a move to protect its lucrative Office suite of software applications that include programs such as e-mail and word processing, said Bruce Richardson, an analyst with AMR Research.

While the partnership will be a first between the world's largest software company and Palm, Richardson said it is unlikely Microsoft will feel itself wedded to the handheld device maker.

"Microsoft is hedging its bets on what the device of the future is going to be," Richardson said."The laptop of the future is going to be a cell phone and, obviously, Microsoft is continuing to put up as much barbwire and reinforcement around the Office franchise as possible."

One potential downside for Palm in linking up with Microsoft, according to Richardson, is the possibility that the device's software could become the target of hackers. The Windows operating system, which runs most of the world's PC's, is often attacked by programmers who write computer viruses and other malicious software.

Previous versions of Palm's products have run on software developed by Palmsource Inc. (PSRC: news, chart, profile) , the software firm that, like Palm Inc., was formerly a unit of Palm Computing.

BigNick 25-09-05 10:12

http://www.arcchart.com/blueprint/sh...77&qtabs=99999

Cellular Centrino style

22 Sep 2005

The wireless broadband industry notched up another gear this week, but it wasn’t WiMAX grabbing the headlines as usual. Verizon Wireless in the US and Vodafone in Europe have announced plans to have their respective cellular-based broadband technologies integrated into laptops, allowing connectivity to their networks out of the box. But wasn’t this Intel’s promise for WiMAX? To have the wide-area broadband
technology integrated into every laptop, Centrino style? This is still Intel’s intention. However, WiMAX integration is, realistically, still two years away. Conversely, Dell, HP and Lenovo will have EV-DO laptops shipping in a few months. With 3G integration into laptops, the strength of Intel’s ‘Centrino WiMAX’ trump card is considerably diluted.


This year, almost 80% of laptops will ship with integrated Wi-Fi, allowing these devices to connect immediately to public or private WLAN networks with no additional hardware. In the case of Dell, 90% of the manufacturer’s laptops will ship with embedded Wi-Fi as standard.

To access a cellular operator’s 3G data network on a laptop, traditionally, a user has had to separately purchase and install a PCMCIA data card. This week, Verizon Wireless in the US and Vodafone in Europe announced plans to have their respective cellular-based broadband technologies integrated into laptops, allowing these devices to connect to their networks out of the box.

In the US, EV-DO modem chips from Qualcomm will be embedded alongside Wi-Fi into selected models by Dell, Hewlett Packard and Lenovo (formerly IBM PC). Starting in the first quarter of 2006, Dell will offer customers the option of embedding EV-DO functionality into its Latitude series. HP also plans to offer an EV-DO-ready laptop in early 2006, while Lenovo said EV-DO will be embedded in its Z series available in October.

Verizon Wireless offers its EV-DO ‘BroadbandAccess’ service in 60 markets across the US and covers 140 million people. The service allows customers to connect to the Internet at download speeds averaging between 400 and 700Kbps.

Meanwhile, in Europe, Vodafone announced that it is working with a number of PC OEMs around the world to introduce laptops with built-in 3G data cards, to be introduced within the next 18 months. While it was not stated, it is likely that the flavour of 3G will be next generation HSDPA technology. Back in May, Novatel Wireless announced two new wireless embedded HSDPA modems, the Expedite EU730 and the Expedite EU740, designed specifically for integration onto laptop motherboards.
Since it launched its 3G network across Europe, Vodafone has sold 400,000 external 3G PC cards. This is small compared to the 12 million laptops sold in Europe every year, but integration is likely to boost this considerably.

While there are long-term implications for WiMAX, the most immediate impact of these developments will be on hotspots operators. At the moment, the wide-area cellular services are being charged at a substantial premium. For example, a monthly all-you-can-eat subscription to Verizon’s EV-DO service costs $60, compared to $29.99 for unlimited access to T-Mobile’s US hotspot footprint. In Europe, Vodafone charges a hefty $95 a month for unlimited (with a 1Gb monthly cap) use of its W-CDMA network. However, the ubiquity of cellular, versus the more localised nature of Wi-Fi hotspots, will appeal to many users.

In addition, there is the seamlessness of authentication and roaming, which should not be underestimated. The problems associated with managing authentication and roaming across multiple hotspot providers remains the major factor handicapping uptake of public WLAN services. By contrast, UTMS technologies, like W-CDMA and HSDPA, are based on SIM security, and authentication onto a user’s home network, or when roaming abroad, is transparent to the customer. The difficulties which hotspot operators are experiencing in getting cross-carrier roaming to work effectively (not just internationally, but even between providers in the same country) are largely absent with cellular, where roaming agreements and clearing facilities are a standard part of the industry.

Generally, hotspot will have a speed advantage. Most hotspots will be backhauling with broadband connections of between 1 to 3Mbps, while 3G can typically support connectivity at around 400Kbps. However, with next generation 3G – EV-DV for CDMA operators and HSDPA for UMTS operators – cellular connectivity will jump to around 2Mpbs. By that time, hotspot networks will have become faster (20Mbps ADSL and 100Mbps Wi-Fi is on the way), but there will be little performance difference between 3G and WiMAX when WiMAX eventually arrives.

So where does this all leave Intel, Centrino and WiMAX? Wi-Fi is here to stay, and it is conceivable that, very soon, all laptops and non-cellular handheld devices will have the wireless technology embedded. Things are less secure for WiMAX. Increasingly, cellular operators are accelerating their evolutionary journey towards next generation 3G and many will have these networks deployed by the time mobile WiMAX networks emerge. With 3G integration into laptops, the strength of Intel’s ‘Centrino WiMAX’ trump card is considerably diluted.
Nonetheless, the other promise of WiMAX is competitive equipment costs which should allow emerging operators to compete aggressively on service pricing. However, if the cellular operators are prepared to respond to the pricing challenge (as fixed-line operators are increasingly doing in response to VoIP), then WiMAX will have a battle on its hands.

BigNick 27-09-05 21:31

Novatel Wireless Awarded Patent for Wireless Radio Frequency Modem
 
detto in parole povere secondo voi a cosa capzo serve questo "attrezzo" ??? :confused:


http://investor.novatelwireless.com/...leaseID=174811


Novatel Wireless Awarded Patent for Wireless Radio Frequency Modem; Company Increases Portfolio of Intellectual Property to 28 Patents

SAN DIEGO, Sep 27, 2005 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today announced it has secured its twenty-eighth patent. This patent provides for a wireless radio frequency modem designed to operate in conjunction with a host device, sharing a central processing unit and memory with the host device, where principal modem functions are distributed between the modem and the host device.

The patent teaches a cost-effective architecture for use in devices, such as laptops or wireless routers, which connect multiple wired and wireless computers to the Internet. Previously, Novatel Wireless announced that it had filed for several patent protections in connection with its fixed-mobile convergence technology, including its Ovation(TM) 3G Multimedia Application Console portfolio and Conversa(TM) software suite.

"Novatel Wireless has placed a great deal of energy into wireless research and development activities," said Peter Leparulo, chief executive officer of Novatel Wireless. "We are honored to have received our twenty-eighth patent. Novatel Wireless continues to expand its research and development efforts, ensuring we remain the leader in providing advanced wireless broadband data solutions."

The latest patent was developed by Dr. Slim Souissi, Novatel Wireless' chief technology officer and an Edwin Armstrong Fellow of Novatel Research Labs.

ABOUT NOVATEL RESEARCH LABS

Novatel Research Labs is an unincorporated research arm and honorarium of Novatel Wireless, which promotes inventions at Novatel Wireless and in the telecommunications industry, administers Novatel Wireless' intellectual property rights, and sponsors technical publications and white papers. Novatel Research Labs also awards two fellowships, Edwin Armstrong Fellowships and Ernest Shackleton Fellowships, on the basis of intellectual property attainment in connection with Novatel Wireless' intellectual property program.

ABOUT NOVATEL WIRELESS, INC.

Novatel Wireless, Inc. is a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions. Novatel Wireless' Merlin(TM) PC Cards, Expedite(TM) Embedded Modems, Freedom Box(TM) Ruggedized Modems, MobiLink(TM) Communications Software Suite, Ovation(TM) 3G Multimedia Application Consoles and Conversa(TM) Software Suite enable high-speed wireless access to personal, corporate and public information. The company delivers innovative 3G solutions to operators, distributors and vertical markets worldwide. Headquartered in San Diego, California, Novatel Wireless is listed on NASDAQ: NVTL. For more information on Novatel Wireless visit www.novatelwireless.com. (NVTLG)

dagoweb 28-09-05 11:42

L'attrezzo potrebbe servire per rilevare questi :
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RFID

Sono le famose "etichette intelligenti", le cui applicazioni sono praticamente infinite ...
Tra alcuni anni le ritroveremo su ogni genere di prodotto.

BigNick 28-09-05 13:25

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L'attrezzo potrebbe servire per rilevare questi :
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RFID

Sono le famose "etichette intelligenti", le cui applicazioni sono praticamente infinite ...
Tra alcuni anni le ritroveremo su ogni genere di prodotto.

Grande Dagoweb !! :bow:

da cosi lo deduci ?

sarebbe un brevetto sta roba ?

dagoweb 28-09-05 16:01

Bignick --> Novatel Wireless Awarded Patent for Wireless Radio Frequency Modem; Company Increases Portfolio of Intellectual Property to 28 Patents

Non sono sicuro che riguardi gli rfid, ma se proprio dovessi scommettere ...
In questo articolo trovi una spiegazione piu' dettagliata :

(fonte : http://webnews.html.it/focus/327.htm )
L'incubo della coda al supermercato potrebbe avere i giorni contati. I ladri di opere d'arte dovrebbero inventarsi una nuova occupazione. Non correrete più il rischio di perdere il vostro amato cagnolino tra i meandri della metropoli. Tutto grazie a RFID. Dietro il quasi impronunciabile acronimo (sta per Radio Frequency Identification) si nasconde una delle tecnologie più promettenti e temute tra quelle emerse negli ultimi anni.

Di cosa si tratta? Essenzialmente di un metodo per identificare in maniera univoca un qualunque oggetto, prodotto, fino ad animali e persone. Fisicamente, l'identificazione via onde radio avviene attraverso semplici micro-chip dotati di antenna, i cosiddetti tag RFID. Il processo di miniaturizzazione è però inarrestabile, e così Hitachi si è spinta a produrre tag privi di antenna piccoli quanto granelli di sabbia. L'immagine (grazie a Massimo Morelli per la segnalazione) parla da sé. Un tag è dotato di una piccola quantità di memoria (in genere non supera i 2 kb), comunque sufficiente a contenere un numero di serie o altre informazioni. A seconda della tipologia, può essere fornito o meno di una batteria di alimentazione. Quelli che ne sono sprovvisti, i cosiddetti tag passivi, ricevono la 'carica' dalle onde radio emesse dal lettore. Perché, chiaramente, accanto all'etichetta deve esistere anche uno strumento in grado di leggerne il contenuto. Un lettore di questo tipo costa attorno ai $1000, mentre per un tag passivo bastano anche 50 centesimi.

Da quanto si è detto, è evidente l'analogia con il codice a barre. Anche quello serve a identificare i prodotti. Anche quello viene letto da uno strumento dedicato. Le differenze sono però notevoli. Grazie alle onde radio, con i tag RFID si supera il problema della lettura ravvicinata. In secondo luogo, un codice a barre identifica in genere la marca e il tipo di prodotto, non il singolo articolo.

Con queste premesse, non ci si deve stupire che colossi dell'economia mondiale in svariati settori stiano mostrando un altissimo interesse per RFID. Non si tratta solo dei produttori di chip, apparacchiature elettroniche o fornitori di servizi integrati alla IBM. Quelli forse più interessati sono soggetti che vedono nella RFID un formidabile mezzo per rendere più efficienti varie fasi del loro business. DHL ha recentemente testato la tecnologia per la gestione e l'identificazione della merce in transito dal gateway di Helsinki. Trevor Peirce, che per DHL sta seguendo il progetto RFID, ha parlato entusiasta dei 300 pezzi al secondo identificati e registrati da uno scanner RFID mentre passavano sotto i suoi occhi stipati nei container. Nello stesso articolo, apparso su Time, si legge dei milioni di animali domestici ormai dotati dell'etichettina elettronica. O del museo di Rotterdam che con RFID protegge i suoi Rembrandt.

Livio Valdemarin, invece, riporta sul suo blog la notizia della massiccia operazione di etichettattura dei prodotti attuata da Walmart. Molto opportunamente, fa balenare lo scenario possibile. Facciamo la spesa, infiliamo nel carrello i prodotti marchiati con RFID, passiamo nei pressi di un lettore che calcola il prezzo e via. Niente code alla cassa e tutti a casa felici. Aggiungiamo, che per pagare potremmo usare anche il portachiavi RFID inventato da American Express e testato negli ultimi mesi in negozi e fast-food della zona di Phoenix.

Fin qui gli scenari idilliaci (magari un po' meno per le cassiere dei supermarket). Non è difficile comprendere come RFID porti con sé diffiicili e complesse implicazioni a livello di privacy. Ogni oggetto è potenzialmente rintracciabile dovunque. Nel momento in cui io posso associare quell'oggetto particolare ad una persona è come se la controllassi. Scenario da fantascienza? Un attimo. Attorno a RFID è nato l' Auto-ID Center, un consorzio di aziende e università che ha nel suo programma un obiettivo preciso: marchiare con tag RFID tutti gli oggetti prodotti sulla terra e 'controllarli' via Internet. Una Internet diversa da quella che conosciamo e che loro stessi definiscono 'Internet di oggetti'. L'attività dell'Auto-ID Center è venuta alla ribalta quando un'associazione americana per la tutella della privacy e dei diritti dei consumatori (CASPIAN) ha scoperto sul sito una serie di documenti sulle strategie di comunicazione, se così si può dire, da adottare per facilitare la diffusione di RFID. Gli uomini del Centro sono consapevoli di muoversi su un terreno scivoloso, a rischio di proteste a valanga. Che fare? Giocare con le parole. RFID è in effetti un po' sinistro come termine. Nei loro piani l'idea è di passare ad un più rassicurante "etichetta verde".

BigNick 28-09-05 20:25

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Bignick --> Novatel Wireless Awarded Patent for Wireless Radio Frequency Attorno a RFID è nato l' Auto-ID Center, un consorzio di aziende e università che ha nel suo programma un obiettivo preciso: marchiare con tag RFID tutti gli oggetti prodotti sulla terra e 'controllarli' via Internet. Una Internet diversa da quella che conosciamo e che loro stessi definiscono 'Internet di oggetti'. L'attività dell'Auto-ID Center è venuta alla ribalta quando un'associazione americana per la tutella della privacy e dei diritti dei consumatori (CASPIAN) ha scoperto sul sito una serie di documenti sulle strategie di comunicazione, se così si può dire, da adottare per facilitare la diffusione di RFID. Gli uomini del Centro sono consapevoli di muoversi su un terreno scivoloso, a rischio di proteste a valanga. Che fare? Giocare con le parole. RFID è in effetti un po' sinistro come termine. Nei loro piani l'idea è di passare ad un più rassicurante "etichetta verde".

ti riferisci a queste ultime righe ?

dagoweb 28-09-05 21:24

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ti riferisci a queste ultime righe ?

No,
era solo per chiarire cosa fosse un rfid e quali sono le sue potenzialita' :)
Dopodiche' sara' da capire se l'aggeggio di nvtl centri qualcosa o meno ...

BigNick 28-09-05 22:01

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No,
era solo per chiarire cosa fosse un rfid e quali sono le sue potenzialita' :)
Dopodiche' sara' da capire se l'aggeggio di nvtl centri qualcosa o meno ...

il settore mi sembra molto diverso da quello che occupa Novatel, lo troverei strano, staremo a vedere, intanto la ragazza continua a salire :)

grazie Dagoweb :bow:

BigNick 29-09-05 14:19

e con questa schedina abbiamo davvero il broadband wireless !
 
Novatel Wireless Delivers HSDPA-Enabled PC Data Card
Thursday September 29, 8:00 am ET
Merlin U740(TM) to Provide Wireless, High-Speed Broadband Access at Data Rates Capable of Greater Than Four Times Current UMTS Speeds


SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sept. 29, 2005--Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL - News), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today announced it has made initial shipments of the Merlin U740 High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA)-enabled PC Data Cards to European carriers. The Merlin U740 is designed to operate on HSDPA networks as coverage becomes available from the carriers. The PC Data Card is backward compatible with existing UMTS networks in Europe and Enhanced Data Rate for Global Evolution (EDGE) networks worldwide. Novatel Wireless has received purchase orders for commercial volume shipments for the Merlin U740, which it expects to begin before the end of 2005.
The flexible architecture of the Merlin U740 allows carriers to launch it as either a UMTS/EDGE PC card, Web-upgradeable to HSDPA over the Internet, or as an HSDPA product, depending on their network deployment strategy. Novatel Wireless has reliably deployed Web-upgrade technology in its products since 2001, streamlining the upgrade cycle to next-generation products for operators and end-users alike.

With speeds of up to 1.8 Mbps, HSDPA offers a viable alternative to landline cable and DSL connections, with the added freedom of mobility. Remote workers are able to send and receive email, surf the Internet and securely access corporate networks with Novatel Wireless' Merlin U740 PC Data Card. Other benefits offered by the Card include accessing advanced multi-media applications, video conferencing, downloading data-intensive attachments and streaming audio and video. Providing wireless network connectivity from virtually any location worldwide, the Merlin U740 will allow users to increase productivity, stay connected to clients and co-workers and gain a competitive advantage. The Merlin U740 will also operate on UMTS 2100 MHz bands in Asia, Africa, Europe and the Middle East, in addition to EDGE and GSM/GPRS 900/1800/1900 MHz bands across the globe.

"We have worked with leading 3G operators to ensure development of easy-to-use and differentiated solutions to guarantee a high quality user experience through the evolution of network standards," said Peter Leparulo, chief executive officer at Novatel Wireless. "HSDPA marks an important technological advance for our industry and we are pleased to be providing our customers with the Merlin U740."

Novatel Wireless is the global leader in UMTS PC Data Card sales, with Merlin UMTS PC Cards available from 24 operators in 28 countries throughout Asia, Africa, Europe, the Middle East and North America.

ABOUT HSDPA

High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) is an enhancement to the UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access Network (UTRAN) with the goal of enabling packet data transmission in the WCDMA downlink with theoretical speeds of up to 10 Mbps. HSDPA can be implemented as an upgrade to existing infrastructure, enhancing network performance without the capital expenditures burden of overlaying an entirely new radio network. HSDPA implementations include Adaptive Modulation and Coding (AMC), Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO), Hybrid Automatic Request (HARQ), fast cell search and advanced receiver design.

HSDPA is standardized as an element of the 3GPP Release 5 WCDMA specification and provides a two-fold improvement in network capacity to provide data speeds up to five times faster than UMTS. Release 5 specifications focus on HSDPA to provide data rates up to approximately 10 Mbps that enables support of packet-based multi-media services like video conferencing over your cell phone or video phone. Shorter network latency and better response times are also enabled by the technology upgrade, allowing time-dependent applications, like live video streaming and multi-player gaming, to perform more effectively. MIMO systems are in Release 6 specifications, which will support even higher data transmission rates up to 20 Mbps. HSDPA evolved from and is backward compatible with Release 99 WCDMA systems.

BigNick 03-10-05 20:22

Downgrade si Sierra Wireless
 
oggi Sierra WIreless principale concorrente di Novatel, si è beccata un downgrade, sembrà però che sia un altra società che stà sottraendo quote di mercato a Sierra, Option


Sierra Wireless Downgraded, Shares Fall
Monday October 3, 11:55 am ET
Analysts Downgrade Sierra Wireless on Receding Market Share; Stock Tumbles 5.9 Percent


NEW YORK (AP) -- Sierra Wireless Inc. was downgraded Monday by RBC Capital Markets, as it appears that the provider of wireless data communications products is losing core market share while rivals are launching products faster.

The downgrade was also prompted by large client Verizon Wireless, a joint venture between Verizon Communications Inc. and Vodafone Group PLC, no longer selling Sierra Wireless' SWIR cards.

In addition, Cingular Wireless LLC, owned by BellSouth and SBC Communications, recently began shipping Option NV's Globetrotter EDGE data card, which may squeeze Sierra's market share.

Shares of Sierra Wireless, based in Richmond, British Columbia in Canada, fell 67 cents, or 5.9 percent, to $10.69 on the Nasdaq. RBC Capital analyst Mike Abramsky maintains a $10 target on the issue.

Abramsky continues to estimate revenue of $156.8 million and a loss of 27 cents per share for fiscal 2006. This includes $24 million in module revenue and 105 percent growth over 2005.

Analysts polled by Thomson Financial, on average, expect a loss of 1 cent a share on revenue of $158.07 million for 2006.

RBC Capital said 2006 revenue relating to recently announced orders from Chinese computer giant Lenovo Group Ltd. and others may range less than expected, from $6 million to $30 million, with third and fourth-quarter revenue of $2 million to $3 million.

Abramsky added the company remains unprofitable, is burning cash and undergoing management transition, and its PC card business faces intense competition.

The company was downgraded to sector perform from sector outperform.

Grecale 04-10-05 17:11

Se in close si mantiene sopra 14,16 domani e dopodomani momento topico ehhehehheheheh ciao Big ;)

BigNick 04-10-05 20:28

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Se in close si mantiene sopra 14,16 domani e dopodomani momento topico ehhehehheheheh ciao Big ;)

la mi scusi sior Maestro Grecale, interpreto bene i suoi insegnamenti ?

Grecale 04-10-05 21:00

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la mi scusi sior Maestro Grecale, interpreto bene i suoi insegnamenti ?

Yes, isn't it? ehhehehehehhehehe ;)

BigNick 04-10-05 21:56

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Yes, isn't it? ehhehehehehhehehe ;)

ce la farà a chiudere sopra 14,16 ?

Grecale 04-10-05 22:06

14,095 ehheheheheh non sottilizziamo , incrocia le dita per domani, i valori delle medie guardali domani ;)

BigNick 04-10-05 22:12

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14,095 ehheheheheh non sottilizziamo , incrocia le dita per domani, i valori delle medie guardali domani ;)

in effetti sono un pò pignolo io.... :D :D

BigNick 05-10-05 21:05

Liquid Investments Leverages Novatel Wireless PC Cards to Win QUALCOMM 3G A-List(TM)
 
Liquid Investments Leverages Novatel Wireless PC Cards to Win QUALCOMM 3G A-List(TM) Award
Wednesday October 5, 8:00 am ET

SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 5, 2005--Novatel Wireless (NASDAQ:NVTL - News) congratulates Liquid Investments for being honored as a 3G A-List Award winner. Now in its third year, the QUALCOMM-sponsored awards program is designed to recognize innovative and successful commercially deployed enterprise wireless data solutions based on third-generation (3G) CDMA standards.

During CTIA Wireless I.T. & Entertainment 2005 in San Francisco, Liquid Investments received the 3G A-List Award in the medium-sized business category for its rollout of 3G PC Data Cards from Novatel Wireless to its entire sales force.

Liquid Investments has equipped its 120-person sales team with Sprint CDMA 1xRTT PCMCIA cards from Novatel Wireless for use on Fujitsu tablet computers. This solution allows sales representatives to be truly mobile, receiving databases and sending orders from the field. Sales account managers have remote access to order history, pricing and accounts receivable and can fulfill a multitude of customer requests for product, displays, point-of-sale material and pricing information. Account managers also receive daily updates on pay-for-performance goals. The solution has given the sales team the ability to increase their customer contact and make more sales calls throughout the day.

"We are honored to receive such a prestigious award from QUALCOMM and look forward to working with our partners to increase the productivity of our staff though the use of 3G technology," said Eric Mining, director of information technology at Liquid Investments. "We estimate that implementing this project on the Sprint network with Novatel Wireless cards has resulted in a six to seven percent productivity gain for each rep in our sales force. Being mobile allows the account managers to save approximately 30 minutes per day, for a total sales force savings of more than 16,000 hours per year. That equates to a savings of more than $36,000 every month."

"QUALCOMM congratulates Novatel Wireless and Liquid Investments, along with the other recipients of this year's 3G A-List Awards, for their collaboration in the successful deployment of PC Data Cards," said Kristin Taylor, director of enterprise business development for QUALCOMM. "Through Novatel Wireless, Liquid Investments was able to integrate the business benefits of 3G to create an innovative solution that demonstrated increased productivity and ROI and redefined how mobility can enable businesses."

The annual 3G A-List Awards, formerly the 3G cdmA-List Awards, honor outstanding wireless implementations that demonstrate creativity and innovation, overall business impact and how the winning company or organization exceeded business objectives by introducing higher return on investment, lower operating expenses or increased user satisfaction. More information about the 2005 3G A-List Awards honorees and their innovative solutions can be found at: http://www.3galist.com/winners.html.

BigNick 05-10-05 21:31

Hey, sior Maestro Grecale, sembra che stia scaldando i motori la piccola... :)

BigNick 05-10-05 22:04

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le medie non hanno ancora incrociato, ma sono lì lì per farlo, chiude a 14,30 esattamente sulla media 13 OK!

Grecale 05-10-05 22:10

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le medie non hanno ancora incrociato, ma sono lì lì per farlo, chiude a 14,30 esattamente sulla media 13 OK!

Ottimo chart Big ;) vedo che hai osservato rsi...........perfetto
Sull'incrocio con tenuta della 13 vedremo un bel botto e se sarà cosi, anche durevole :yes:
Un bullish cross 50-200 con questa configurazione grafica è da manuale, volumi in aumento ..........

Zantrax 06-10-05 14:14

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Ottimo chart Big ;) vedo che hai osservato rsi...........perfetto
Sull'incrocio con tenuta della 13 vedremo un bel botto e se sarà cosi, anche durevole :yes:
Un bullish cross 50-200 con questa configurazione grafica è da manuale, volumi in aumento ..........

Tanti seguaci della setta 13-50-200
:D :D :D :D

BigNick 06-10-05 21:19

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Tanti seguaci della setta 13-50-200
:D :D :D :D

non è farina del mio sacco, io seguo solo le indicazione del sior maestro Grecale :D

Grecale 06-10-05 22:15

Peccato Big, è rimasta sotto la 13 e non di poco, domani is the last day poi il movimento verrebbe negato, ma se gli indici non fanno ancora rutti NVTL potrebbe farcela, stop cmq sotto 13,50

BigNick 06-10-05 22:17

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Peccato Big, è rimasta sotto la 13 e non di poco, domani is the last day poi il movimento verrebbe negato, ma se gli indici non fanno ancora rutti NVTL potrebbe farcela, stop cmq sotto 13,50

porteremo pazienza.... certo che il nasdaq non si può dire che abbia aiutato.. :D

vediamo che combina domani...

BigNick 07-10-05 21:05

oggi la ragazza vien giù bene, magari ha voglia di andare a chiudere quei due gap ancora aperti...

BigNick 12-10-05 21:27

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Peccato Big, è rimasta sotto la 13 e non di poco, domani is the last day poi il movimento verrebbe negato, ma se gli indici non fanno ancora rutti NVTL potrebbe farcela, stop cmq sotto 13,50

rotti i 13,50, io tengo duro come sempre

ciao Navigatore di mari ;)

BigNick 19-10-05 21:07

sono due settimane che capzeggia...
 
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oggi la media 200 sembra aver fatto da supporto per la seconda volta.., ci stiamo avvicinando agli earnings, news rilevanti nessuna, chi mi dà qualche parere tecnico per cortesia ? :bow:

BigNick 19-10-05 22:27

Novatel Wireless to Report Third Quarter Results on Wednesday, October 26th
 
Novatel Wireless to Report Third Quarter Results on Wednesday, October 26th

SAN DIEGO, Oct 19, 2005 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL) a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today announced that it will report financial results for its third quarter on Wednesday, October 26th, 2005 after the market close.

The Company will host a conference call for analysts and investors to discuss its quarterly results at 5:00 p.m. ET on Wednesday, October 26th, 2005. Open to the public, a live Webcast of the conference call will be accessible from the "Investor Relations" section of the Novatel Wireless web site (www.novatelwireless.com). Following the live Webcast, an archived version will be available on the Novatel Wireless web site.

per il momento niente profit warning :D

BigNick 20-10-05 20:12

brutta notizia
 
Option ha fottuto a Novatel l'unico cliente che stava commercializzando l'Ovation :rolleyes:

Option to unveil new broadband Wireless Router: the GlobeSurfer® 3G

Leuven - Belgium, October 20 2005 - Option N.V. (Euronext: OPTI, OTC: OPNVY), the wireless technology company, today announced, as a result of the acquisition of the wireless router business of Possio, the GlobeSurfer® 3G unveiling the companies first product aimed at the Fixed-Mobile substitution market.

The first customer to take the GlobeSurfer® 3G product is O2 in Germany. O2 has kicked of a marketing campaign for the wireless router and is commercialising the product under the surf@Home brand. The product is fully customised to the exacting requirements of O2. Shipments of the surf@Home II product for O2 have commenced to coincide with their recent market launch at the beginning of this month.

The GlobeSurfer® 3G is a broadband wireless router that facilitates a gateway between a Wide Area cellular network (UMTS or GPRS technologies) and a Local Wireless Wi-Fi network. Any PC, laptop or hand-held computer device being equipped with WLAN is able, through use of the Wireless Router “Gateway”, to simultaneously share a single cellular wireless connection and gain broadband access to the Internet. The product, with inbuilt comprehensive security and authentication mechanisms, is focused on mass deployment of Internet connectivity services using the data capabilities of today’s 3G UMTS networks.

Designed with ease of use in mind the GlobeSurfer® 3G is characterized by its simplicity, including a web-based user interface. In addition to the functions typical of wireless routers it provides many extra features which make it a perfect solution for a SOHO/SME requiring fixed-mobile access to the Internet, Email, and the Corporate Intranet. The product enables mobile network operators to enhance their service offerings and take advantage of the business opportunities in the fixed-mobile substitution markets.

As with the GlobeTrotter® data cards from Option the GlobeSurfer® products can be customized to the requirements of each network operator.

O2 is a leading provider of mobile communications services in Europe, with wholly owned businesses in Germany, the United Kingdom, Ireland and the Isle of Man. The company has nearly 25 million customers. O2 Germany remains the fastest growing operator in Germany. It experienced strong service revenue growth for the full financial year ended 31 March 2005, driven by the continuing rapid growth in the customer base.

Pioneered by O2 Germany, surf@home is the first product of its kind in Europe to integrate 3G and wireless LAN technologies into a single, compact box for use in the home or office. Customers simply use their PC, PDA or notebook across a wireless LAN via the box and out over the 3G network to access the Internet at speeds of up to six times greater than ISDN.

O2 became a founding member of Starmap Mobile Alliance in October 2003, a group of independent mobile phone operators who are joining forces in readiness for the international rollout of UMTS services. Starmap aims to provide a "home-away-from-home" experience by introducing seamless roaming and multimedia connectivity to more than 46 million customers in ten European countries.

BigNick 21-10-05 15:42

sento puzza di brucio.....

BigNick 21-10-05 15:44

sarà mica il mio kiulo ? :confused:

BigNick 24-10-05 20:16

ALtra brutta notizia per Novatel....
 
Sierra Wireless Announces Supply Agreement for AirCard'R' 860 3G Wireless Card for Use on Cingular's HSDPA network
Monday October 24, 12:39 pm ET
AirCard 860 to bring the latest in 3G wireless technology to mobile professionals in the United States


VANCOUVER, British Columbia--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 24, 2005-- Sierra Wireless (TSX:SW - News; NASDAQ:SWIR - News) today announced a supply agreement with Cingular to deliver the Sierra Wireless AirCard® 860 3G wireless wide area network (WAN) card for HSDPA networks to Cingular for use on the company's HSDPA network. Commercial shipments to Cingular are expected to commence during Q4, 2005.

Out of the box, the AirCard 860 is fully functional on HSDPA, UMTS, EDGE, and GPRS networks. The AirCard 860 utilizes the 850 and 1900 MHz UMTS frequency bands and offers average data rates of 400 to 700 kbps, with bursts over 1 Mbps on Cingular's HSDPA network(i). The AirCard 860 also operates on Cingular's nationwide GSM/GPRS/EDGE network, which provides average data rates of 75 to 135 kbps. Ideal for frequent travelers, the AirCard 860 enables international roaming on all four EDGE and GPRS frequency bands (850, 900, 1800, and 1900 MHz) used worldwide. Cingular has data roaming agreements with carriers in more than 90 countries.

HSDPA is an upgrade to UMTS networks that offers users significantly faster download speeds than earlier UMTS networks. For end users, this translates to an experience similar to a wired broadband connection while using email, connecting to server-based corporate applications through a VPN, or accessing the Internet, including streaming audio and video files.

"We are pleased to build on our long standing relationship with Cingular to bring the latest 3G wireless technology to their customers," said Dan Schieler, Senior Vice President, Worldwide Sales for Sierra Wireless. "With the AirCard 860 and Cingular's new HSDPA network, mobile professionals will be able to work wirelessly as effectively as they do from the office or from home, with access to email and online applications at broadband speeds."

The AirCard 860 wireless WAN card is a Type II PC Card with a slim, unextended design, allowing users to conveniently store the unit inside the laptop. For more information about the Sierra Wireless AirCard 860 wireless network card for HSDPA networks please visit http://www.sierrawireless.com/Produc...ring/ac8x0.asp.

BigNick 25-10-05 20:07

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chiude l'ultimo gap up aperto a 11,84, sembra voler uscire al ribasso dal mio canalone, domani sera la trimestrale, sti capzi :eek:

BigNick 26-10-05 21:04

Q3 2005 Novatel Wireless Earnings Release - After Market Close

statemi vicino in questa notte di dolore :(


:D

BigNick 26-10-05 22:18

Novatel Wireless Reports Record Third Quarter Results; Revenues Increase 36% Year ove
 
Novatel Wireless Reports Record Third Quarter Results; Revenues Increase 36% Year over Year -- GAAP Net Income of $0.18 per Share

SAN DIEGO, Oct 26, 2005 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today reported financial results for the third quarter ended September 30, 2005.

Revenues for the third quarter were $42.1 million, which is a 36% increase over $31.0 million reported in the same period last year. Third quarter GAAP net income of $5.5 million or $0.18 per diluted share includes a tax benefit of $2.4 million, or $0.08 per diluted share recognized during the third quarter related to the reduction of the valuation allowance on our U.S. deferred tax assets. This compares to non-taxed GAAP EPS of $4.9 million or $0.16 per diluted share in the prior year period.

During the third quarter, it was determined that specific deferred tax assets should be recognized in accordance with FAS 109 resulting in a third quarter tax benefit in the Statements of Operations of $2.4 million and an additional credit to Stockholders' Equity of $4.0 million relating to the reduction of the valuation allowance on stock option deductions.

"Third quarter revenues rose 36% year over year to the highest level in Company history," commented Peter Leparulo, Novatel Wireless' Chief Executive Officer. "Our record revenues were driven by the expansion of our PC card business and a strong performance for our newly introduced Ovation product line. Domestically, our EV-DO PC card business grew by over 22% sequentially, benefiting from our growing shipments to Verizon Wireless and our first full quarter of volume shipments to Sprint. Internationally, we expanded on our relationship with the world's largest carrier -- Vodafone -- and we are now shipping to 14 of its operating subsidiaries. We were again pleased with our significant traction in fixed-mobile convergence. In only its second quarter since introduction, Ovation grew 20% sequentially, contributing 11% of overall revenues. Sales were driven by initial shipments of the Ovation MCU1200 -- the first of its kind with integrated voice and data directly addressing fixed-mobile convergence. We continue to work closely with our two current Ovation customers -- O2 and Vodafone -- on both our current product offerings and upcoming versions of Ovation that will significantly enhance both form and functionality."

"As we enter the fourth quarter, we are positioned to take advantage of the continued growth of our market with the broadest product line, deepest technology and a customer base comprised of the vast majority of leading operators," continued Mr. Leparulo. "We are in an enviable position as we remain the only company in our market shipping both UMTS and EV-DO technology and, by the end of Q1, we will have significant revenues from all three legs of our growth strategy -- PC cards, OEM and fixed-mobile convergence. In PC cards, we will continue to expand our product offering and customer base. In the OEM market, we now expect to launch with multiple leading laptop manufacturers throughout 2006 and currently believe that we have captured the largest percentage of OEM deals available for the upcoming year. Finally, in fixed mobile convergence, we will continue to commercialize platforms and applications that allow users to control their entire communications environment from a single integrated platform. Given this, we believe we will continue to be a true global partner of choice with multiple products, technologies and form factors at the leading carriers and platform manufacturers throughout Europe and the United States."

Recent highlights during the quarter include:

September

-- The Company announced initial shipments of the Merlin U740, a HSDPA-Enabled PC Data Card, to European carriers. The Merlin U740 is designed to operate on HSDPA networks as coverage becomes available from the carriers. The PC Data Card is backward compatible with existing UMTS networks in Europe and Enhanced Data Rate for Global Evolution (EDGE) networks worldwide.

-- The Company announced it had been awarded a patent for a Wireless Radio Frequency Modem which increases its patent portfolio to 28 issued patents with several significant patent applications currently pending.

-- The Company announced initial commercial shipments of the first voice and data Ovation 3G Multimedia Application Console, the Ovation MCU1200.

-- The Company announced a partnership with Mobitel to deliver Slovenia's first quad band UMTS PC Card, the Merlin U630.

-- The Company and Siemens Communications agreed to work together on producing end-to-end solutions for HSDPA, and to collaborate on joint marketing activities.

August

-- The Company was named a Deloitte Technology Fast 50 finalist in San Diego, whose rankings are based on the percentage revenue growth over five years from 2000-2004.

-- The Company was awarded CE certification for the first voice and data Ovation 3G Multimedia Application Console, the Ovation MCU1200.

July

-- The Company and Alcatel announced that they had completed thorough interoperability tests between Alcatel Evolium radio access infrastructure and the Novatel Wireless Merlin U740 PC Card to enable mobile operators worldwide to undertake live HSDPA field introductions.

-- The Company announced that the Merlin V620 received the industry's first EV-DO PC Card approval for network driver interface from the Windows Hardware Quality Labs.

"Gross margins improved to 31.2% despite continued softness of the Euro," explained Dan Halvorson, Chief Financial Officer of Novatel Wireless. "In the fourth quarter, we expect gross margins to be flat as we look to expand our installed base in UMTS, while simultaneously rolling out next generation products. Our sales momentum continues and, in the upcoming fourth quarter, we expect revenues to grow strongly sequentially to the range of $48 to $50 million with GAAP earnings of $0.13 to $0.14 per diluted share."

Novatel Wireless will host a conference call for analysts and investors to discuss its quarterly results at 5:00 p.m. ET on October 26, 2005. A live Web cast of the conference call will also be accessible from the "Investor Relations" section of the Novatel Wireless Web site (www.novatelwireless.com). Following the live Web cast, an archived version will be available on the Novatel Wireless Web site.

MaxVaro 26-10-05 23:57

Ciao Big! nn ho idea di come andrà domani, ho visto solo quotaz. AH leggermente positiva, quindi se nn altro nn dovrebbero esserci sorprese negative... ;)

Fammi sapere come va con "quella cosa".... :D

Grecale 27-10-05 00:05

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Ciao Max, ciao Big :) buona la trimestrale OK! al mercato sembra sia gradita

eccoti AH fino ad ora:
saluti :bye:

BigNick 27-10-05 21:36

Ciao Ragazzi !
 
sapevo di poter contare su di voi OK!

BigNick 01-11-05 12:04

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vediamo se passa di qua Grecale.. ;)

Grecale 01-11-05 14:31

Ciao Big :), oggi si dovrebbe capire cosa farà nei prox gg, il trend di fondo è laterale ascendente, gli indici sono rivolti al rialzo in modo marcato in tutti i frame, insomma la giornata dovrebbe essere nettamente bullish, auguro a te ;) che anche Novatel possa beneficiarne

BigNick 01-11-05 15:32

Citazione:

Originalmente inviato da Grecale
Ciao Big :), oggi si dovrebbe capire cosa farà nei prox gg, il trend di fondo è laterale ascendente, gli indici sono rivolti al rialzo in modo marcato in tutti i frame, insomma la giornata dovrebbe essere nettamente bullish, auguro a te ;) che anche Novatel possa beneficiarne

ciao Maestro, speriamo di capirci qualcosa, intanto godiamoci questa notizia fresca fresca:

http://investor.novatelwireless.com/...leaseID=178302

Cingular Selects Novatel Wireless to Supply PC Modem Cards for the World's First HSDPA Network Rollout; Gives Customers Access to 3G Mobile Broadband Network

SAN DIEGO, Nov 01, 2005 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Novatel Wireless, Inc. (NASDAQ:NVTL) today announced that it is supplying Cingular Wireless with its Merlin U730(TM) third-generation (3G) High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) Wireless PC Card Modems to support Cingular Wireless' 3G HSDPA network launch in several markets across the United States.

After the carrier's HSDPA launch, and where available, the Merlin U730 will enable Cingular Wireless customers to access the world's first commercial HSDPA network at average speeds between 400 and 700 kilobits per second with bursts over a megabit. Users will be able to surf the Internet, view streaming video and listen to music at speeds similar to fixed broadband services while on the go. Corporate executives also have the ability to connect to their office servers and transfer critical files, thus maintaining high productivity levels while out of the office.

Cingular will also sell Novatel Wireless' Merlin U730 in markets not covered in the initial HSDPA launch. Thanks to the Merlin U730's backward compatibility, the Card Modem works on the carrier's nationwide Enhanced Data Rates for Global Evolution (EDGE) network and in more than 90 countries where Cingular has EDGE and General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) roaming agreements. As markets are upgraded to HSDPA, subscribers using the Merlin U730 will automatically be able to connect at higher broadband speeds without purchasing a new Card or additional hardware.

"We are honored to work with the largest U.S. carrier for the launch of the world's first HSDPA network," said Peter Leparulo, CEO of Novatel Wireless. "This venture with Cingular confirms Novatel Wireless' leadership position in a highly competitive and ever-changing marketplace. We remain at the forefront of new developments, while offering superior products to carriers and their customers."

Novatel Wireless is the global leader in UMTS PC Data Card sales, with Merlin UMTS PC Cards available from 24 operators in 28 countries throughout Asia, Africa, Europe, the Middle East and North America.

BigNick 01-11-05 21:07

scende anche oggi..... :rolleyes:

nonostante la buona news.... :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

questa non sale nemmeno a infilarle un razzo nel kiulo ! :angry:

:D

proteone 03-11-05 18:41

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Con chiusura sopra i 13.20$ la vedrei bene :)

BigNick 04-11-05 21:22

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Citazione:

Originalmente inviato da proteone
Con chiusura sopra i 13.20$ la vedrei bene :)

benvenuto Proteone ! :)

in effetti sembrerebbe che abbia voglia di andarsene, c'è da considerare anche che al 14 ottobre c'erano 5,992,179 di azioni short......

non mi dispiacerebbe che gli shorter si cagassero addosso un attimino :D

proteone 04-11-05 21:55

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benvenuto Proteone ! :)

in effetti sembrerebbe che abbia voglia di andarsene, c'è da considerare anche che al 14 ottobre c'erano 5,992,179 di azioni short......

non mi dispiacerebbe che gli shorter si cagassero addosso un attimino :D

Grazie del benvenuto ;)
Da bravo trader :p non avevo notato l aspetto dei shorter.
Miiiiiii certo che sono parecchi.

Seguiamo gli sviluppi.

Ciao

BigNick 04-11-05 22:01

Citazione:

Originalmente inviato da proteone
Grazie del benvenuto ;)
Da bravo trader :p non avevo notato l aspetto dei shorter.
Miiiiiii certo che sono parecchi.

Seguiamo gli sviluppi.

Ciao

bella candela bianca oggi, chiude sui massimi :) :)

BigNick 07-11-05 21:08

strana questa notizia, mi associa il blackberry a novatel, anche se in realtà nulla dovrebbe esserci....... a meno di sorprese.....

http://www.wirelessweek.com/article/CA6280144.html

Cingular Takes BlackBerry to the EDGE


By Susan Rush
November 1, 2005
NEWS@2 DIRECT


Cingular Wireless has become the first carrier to offer a BlackBerry device engineered to run on an EDGE network. Separately, Cingular also inked an HSDPA supply agreement with Novatel Wireless.


Research in Motion's (RIM) BlackBerry 8700c is the first device to debut out of a previously announced partnership between RIM and Intel Corporation. In September, the companies said they were working together to produce BlackBerry devices that run on EDGE networks. At the time of the announcement, RIM said it planned to incorporate Intel's Xscale architecture and PXA9xx cellular processor into future devices.

The BlackBerry 8700c supports two browsers: the BlackBerry Browser and a browser designed for Cingular's Media Net wireless Internet access services, according to the companies.

Cingular currently has exclusive rights to offer the BlackBerry 8700c. The carrier will begin offering the device on Nov. 21 for as low as $299.99, with a signed two-year service agreement and a mail-in rebate.

In other Cingular news, Novatel Wireless has been tapped as a supplier of high-speed downlink packet access (HSDPA) wireless PC modem cards.

Specifically, Cingular plans to offer the Novatel Merlin U730 3G HSDPA Wireless PC Card Modem in markets where it is rolling out its commercial HSDPA network. Last month, Cingular announced completed HSDPA network upgrades in Seattle and Phoenix using equipment from Lucent Technologies and in the Dallas/Forth Worth market using Ecrisson equipment. The carrier has said it is on track to have 15 to 20 high-speed wireless markets up and running, with devices, by the end of this year.

The Merlin U730 also will be offered in non-HSDPA markets, since the cards are backwards compatible to EDGE.

BigNick 11-11-05 16:34

Interessante articolo
 
http://www.theinquirer.net/?article=27565

BBC is accidentally first super-fast 3G user

Broadcasts live via Manx Telecom


By Tony Dennis: mercoledì 09 novembre 2005, 10.44

IN A strange twist of fate, the BBC (British Broadcasting Company) became the first commercial user of Manx Telecom's super-fast 3G network. It borrowed a wireless Sony laptop and sent out a live broadcast using Skype.
Owned by British network operator, O2, on November 1st 2005 Manx Telecom became the first European company to offer commercial support for HSDPA (high-speed downlink packet access). It's such a silly acronym that everyone's started to call it super-fast 3G instead.

The BBC had turned up at a Manx school expecting to find a 2 Mbit/s ADSL link to carry its broadcast. As Manx Telecom is the Isle of Man's only telecoms provider, they were asked for help. And Manx Telecom promptly lent the Beeb a Sony Vaio laptop fitted with the first commercially available HSDPA compatible PCMCIA card from Sierra Wireless.

Curiously O2's CTO, Dave Williams had spent time telling assembled journalists that super-fast 3G wasn't really intended for VoIP usage. But the Beeb obviously didn't know this.

In essence, HSDPA is W-CDMA's answer to CDMA2000's EVDO. It offers faster download speeds but the fun starts when you try to establish just how fast it can go. At present Manx users will experience a peak download rate of 1.3 Mbit/s but the upload link on runs at a mere 128 Kbit/s.

The reason for this lies with the fact that the network has been built with equipment supplied by Lucent. Presently it's capped at 1.8 Mbit/s but by January 2006, the uplink will be cranked up to 384 Kbit/s.

However, by Q3 2006 O2 and Lucent expect to have raised the download speed to around 3.6 Mbit/s – rising to 7.3 Mbit/s by Q1 2008 and 10.2 Mbit/s by Q4 2004-Q4 2009.

Does all this matter, though? The INQ got to play with one of the Sierra Wireless equipped laptops and it genuinely felt like having a regular ADSL link. The difference being that the laptop was in a coach travelling back to the airport at around 30 mph!

As Dave Williams was fond of saying, HSDPA delivers the kind of 3G we were all promised in the first place. Whether it'll sound the death knoll for commercial Wi-Fi hotspots as he says, is a matter for debate.

O2 definitely has an HSDPA enabled handset on test but refused to name the supplier. The INQ suspects that given the Sierra Wireless card is using a Qualcomm chip, it's probably a proof of concept device built by Qualcomm. They did the same thing when regular W-CDMA was launched.

More intriguing is the prospect of an HSDPA compatible version of the Ovation from Novatel wireless. Basically it’s a portable Wi-Fi hub which creates an instant hot spot. The Internet connexion is supplied by 3G. Manx Telecom hopes to have such a beast in time for the famous TT motorcycle races next year [2006].

When will O2 offer super-fast 3G on its other networks? Probably around Q3 2006 and in Ireland before the UK.

How much does it cost? Well, Manx is offering bundles. You can buy the Sierra Wireless Aircard 850 for £49 (inc VAT). You'll need to sign a Pronto Connect Max contract. For the first three months rental is free. After that you get charged £39.95 per month for 100Mb of data.

Pricing will probably be similar in the UK. µ

BigNick 01-12-05 19:41

Novatel Wireless Seen Benefiting From Industry Growth
 
http://www.forbes.com/2005/12/01/nov...rtner=yahootix

Novatel Wireless Seen Benefiting From Industry Growth
David Ng, 12.01.05, 1:27 PM ET

Novatel Wireless

Piper Jaffray maintained an "outperform" rating and $17 target price on Novatel Wireless (nasdaq: NVTL - news - people ), saying it expects the company to generate solid earnings leverage over the next 12 to18 months.

The research said comments from Novatel's competitor Option bode well for industry growth during 2006, "which we believe will benefit Novatel Wireless' revenue growth over the next few years."

Option recently said it believes the global PC card market is healthy, with significant growth in unit shipments in 2006 over 2005. The company also highlighted external forecasts estimating roughly 5 million PC card unit shipments next year, and over 6 million units in 2007.

Piper analyst Amit Kapur said that while Option could prove to be a strong competitor in North America, Novatel Wireless and Sierra Wireless (nasdaq: SWIR - news - people ) will likely retain an advantage as incumbents given their experience with Cingular Wireless sales channels.

Cingular is a joint venture between SBC Communications (nyse: SBC - news - people ) and BellSouth (nyse: BLS - news - people ).

Option indicated that it retains dominant market share of most Vodafone (nyse: VOD - news - people ) territories, except Australia and Germany.

BigNick 02-12-05 21:07

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SWIR supera in quotazione NVTL, è non è un bel segnale... :no:

BigNick 04-12-05 15:08

Insiders..
 
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tale Mark Rossi, stà vendendo mica male, e non è bello pure questo.... :rolleyes:

BigNick 06-12-05 20:47

Finalmente una capzo di news !
 
http://investor.novatelwireless.com/...leaseID=181221

Novatel Wireless Announces PC Card Modem Availability for Cingular's HSDPA Network; Provides Wireless Broadband Access for America's First 3G Network Based upon the Global Wireless Standard - GSM

SAN DIEGO, Dec 06, 2005 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Novatel Wireless, Inc. (NASDAQ:NVTL) today announced the availability of its Merlin U730(TM) High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) Wireless PC Card Modem to support the launch of Cingular Wireless' initial 3G network launch.

The Merlin U730 gives Cingular Wireless customers data access to the first commercial HSDPA network in America. With average speeds between 400 and 700 kilobits per second and bursts over a megabit, business professionals can conveniently access email including large attachments, connect to corporate networks and applications via VPNs, and surf the Internet.

Due to the Merlin U730's backward compatibility, the card works not only on Cingular's newly launched HSDPA network but also on Cingular's nationwide Enhanced Data Rates for Global Evolution (EDGE) network, and in more than 90 countries where Cingular has EDGE and General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) roaming agreements. As Cingular expands its HSPDA network, subscribers using the Merlin U730 can automatically connect without having to purchase a new PC card, additional hardware or upgrade rate plans.

"Through Cingular's close relationship with Novatel Wireless, and based on the company's high-quality Merlin line of PC Card Modems, our decision to sell its new HSDPA cards was an easy one to make," said Jeff Bradley, vice president for Cingular's business markets group. "By teaming up with Novatel Wireless, Cingular has the opportunity to provide the most advanced data card solutions for new and existing customers."

"We are excited to be a part of the first HSDPA network launch in America, and it's a great testament to our technology that we were selected to provide the initial PC data cards for this rollout," said Peter Leparulo, CEO of Novatel Wireless. "As the largest US carrier, Cingular Wireless is definitely leading the charge into the 3G wireless revolution. Novatel Wireless will continue to work closely with its partners to ensure advanced high-speed broadband solutions are available for both mobile enterprise users and consumers."

Novatel Wireless is the global leader in UMTS PC Data Card sales with Merlin UMTS PC Cards available from 24 operators in 28 countries throughout Asia, Africa, Europe, the Middle East and North America.

Pricing and Availability

The Novatel Wireless Merlin U730 is available from Cingular for as low as $99.99 based on a two-year, unlimited Data Connect plan. Cingular's unlimited use Data Connect rate plan is on special offer for $59.99 for qualified customers through December 31, 2005(a). To purchase the Merlin U730, please call 1 866 429 7222 or visit www.cingular.com/broadbandconnect.

(a) Requires two-year contract and Cingular voice plan of $39.99 or above.

ABOUT NOVATEL WIRELESS, INC.

Novatel Wireless, Inc. is a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions. Novatel Wireless' Merlin(TM) PC Cards, Expedite(TM) Embedded Modems, Freedom Box(TM) Ruggedized Modems, MobiLink(TM) Communications Software Suite, Ovation(TM) 3G Multimedia Application Consoles and Conversa(TM) Software Suite enable high-speed wireless access to personal, corporate and public information. The company delivers innovative 3G solutions to operators, distributors and vertical markets worldwide. Headquartered in San Diego, California, Novatel Wireless is listed on NASDAQ: NVTL. For more information on Novatel Wireless visit www.novatelwireless.com. (nvtlg)

(C) 2005 Novatel Wireless. All rights reserved. The Novatel Wireless logo, Merlin, Expedite, Expedite EV620, Freedom Box, MobiLink, Ovation, and Conversa are trademarks of Novatel Wireless, Inc. Other product or service names mentioned herein are the trademarks of their respective owners.

This release may contain forward-looking statements, which are made pursuant to the safe harbor provisions of the United States Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, as amended to date. These forward-looking statements involve risks and uncertainties. A number of important factors could cause actual results to differ materially from those in the forward-looking statements contained herein. These factors include risks relating to technological changes, new product introductions, continued acceptance of Novatel Wireless' products and dependence on intellectual property rights. These factors, as well as other factors that could cause actual results to differ materially, are discussed in more detail in Novatel Wireless' filings with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (available at www.sec.gov) and other regulatory agencies.

SOURCE: Novatel Wireless, Inc.


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or
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BigNick 07-12-05 21:00

spiegazione del Gap up odierno
 
S&P to Add E.W. Scripps to 500 Index
Tuesday December 6, 9:27 pm ET
Standard & Poor's to Add E.W. Scripps to Benchmark 500 Index on Dec. 15 to Replace Georgia-Pacific

NEW YORK (AP) -- Standard & Poor's said Tuesday that it will add media conglomerate E.W. Scripps Co. to its benchmark 500 index on Dec. 15, replacing railroad operator Georgia-Pacific Corp.
Georgia-Pacific Corp. is slated to be acquired by privately held Koch Industries Inc. around that date, S&P said. Cincinnati-based Scripps owns daily papers including the Rocky Mountain News and cable TV channels including Home & Garden Television and the Food Network.

The credit rating and investment research firm also will add Chicago's Navigant Consulting Inc. to its MidCap 400 index on Dec. 9, replacing York International Corp. York, a building products company, is set to be acquired by Johnson Controls Inc., a component of the S&P 500.

The company's SmallCap 600 index will see four additions in mid-December: apartment property developer Town and Country Trust of Baltimore, Md.; Texas power equipment manufacturer Lufkin Industries Inc.; financial services firm Fidelity Bankshares of West Palm Beach, Fla.; and telecommunications company Novatel Wireless Inc. of San Diego, Calif. These will replace retailer Goody's Family Clothing Inc., oil and gas firm Spinnaker Exploration Co., property investor Capital Automotive REIT and Zix Corp., respectively.

Goody's, Spinnaker and Capital Automotive are all being acquired, while Zix's market capitalization has fallen to about $51 million, making it the smallest company in the index, S&P said. Zix is a provider of Internet software and services.

Cedar Shopping Centers Inc. will replace Capital Automotive in S&P's REIT Composite Index.

BigNick 07-12-05 23:08

Cingular Begins Rollout of BroadbandConnect 3G Service Jay Wrolstad, wireless.newsfactor.com

Cingular Wireless is rolling out its next-generation, high-speed data network, initially offering 3G service in 16 U.S. markets with an eye toward deploying the service in additional markets over the coming year.

The network is based on High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) wireless technology, the high-speed evolution of the GSM/EDGE global standard.

Cingular initially will provide the BroadbandConnect service in Austin, Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Portland, Salt Lake City, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, Seattle, Tacoma, and Washington D.C.

Delivering Voice and Data

UMTS/HSDPA offers broadband Internet access, enterprise tools, and audio and video streaming for businesses and consumers.

The network can support simultaneous voice and data sessions, so customers can make calls while browsing the Web, for example. This capability separates UMTS/HSDPA from data-only wireless technologies. When coupled with a compatible device and service plan, the new offering will provide average mobile data connections between 400 and 700 Kbps.

The BroadbandConnect service combines a laptop modem card, Cingular's Communication Manager software, and a Data Connect plan for use on notebook machines. Additional devices and services that leverage the HSDPA network, including multimedia applications, will be available in 2006.

"This is an opportunity for our customers to get a faster data connection in select markets as well as access to our EDGE network," said Cingular spokesperson Ritch Blasi. UMTS handsets should be available by early next year, he said, with HSDPA phones expected a few months later.

Cingular has agreements with handset makers, including Nokia (NYSE: NOK - news), Motorola (NYSE: MOT - news), Samsung, and LG, to supply the devices needed for use on the UMTS network.

3G Moves Ahead

The country's biggest wireless carrier is offering two dual-band HSDPA/UMTS laptop modem cards that are backward compatible with EDGE and GPRS networks. Customers can purchase either the Sierra Wireless (Nasdaq: SWIR - news) AC860 or the Novatel U730 laptop modem cards for $99.99, after rebate, when they sign up for a voice plan and introductory $59.99 Unlimited Data Connect plan.

The much-hyped 3G wireless technology is slowly but surely taking hold in the U.S. as well as other parts of the globe. Top-tier carriers Verizon Wireless and Sprint are already in various stages of delivering their versions of next-generation services based on the CDMA EV-DO standard.

"Cingular is a bit behind the competition, but we are still in the early stages of 3G deployments," said IDC analyst Scott Ellison. "They do have an advantage in the enterprise market in that their offering, based on the GSM standard, provides international roaming."

The acquisition of AT&T Wireless' enterprise business connections through a merger also gives Cingular a leg up, said Ellison.

Earlier this week Cingular launched its push-to-talk (PTT) service, based on the Kodiak Real-Time Exchange System technology, along with two PTT handsets, the Samsung d357 and the LG F7200.

BigNick 07-12-05 23:12

altre vendite "insider"
 
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questi continuano a vendere :rolleyes:

BigNick 12-12-05 22:49

After Hours
 
After Hours
Time (ET) After Hours
Price After Hours
Share Volume
16.21 $ 13.96 21759
16.19 $ 13.96 54700
16.19 $ 13.96 13000
16.18 $ 13.96 96700
16.18 $ 13.96 63985
16.13 $ 13.96 307764
16.13 $ 13.96 18200
16.10 $ 13.95 700
16.10 $ 13.95 1000
16.10 $ 13.95 300
16.10 $ 13.95 300
16.10 $ 13.95 700
16.10 $ 13.95 1000
16.08 $ 13.96 56000
16.08 $ 13.95 500
16.08 $ 13.95 700
16.07 $ 13.93 2638
16.06 $ 13.92 100
16.06 $ 13.93 1400
16.05 $ 13.97 35900
16.05 $ 13.94 200
16.03 $ 13.97 50000
16.02 $ 13.96 5950
16.01 $ 13.95 100
16.01 $ 13.96 1000
16.00 $ 13.96 100
16.00 $ 13.96 100
16.00 $ 13.96 100
16.00 $ 13.96 100
16.00 $ 13.96 100
16.00 $ 13.96 100
16.00 $ 13.96 300
16.00 $ 13.96 100
16.00 $ 13.96 100
16.00 $ 13.96 600
16.00 $ 13.96 300
16.00 $ 13.90 400
16.00 $ 13.90 199
16.00 $ 13.94 400
16.00 $ 13.97 10000

penso che il volume in after sia dovuto alle negoziazioni relative all'inserimento di NVTL nell'indice S&P 500

BigNick 18-12-05 09:32

e intanto mr. PUDWILL HORST J continua a vendere
 
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BigNick 19-12-05 22:49

oh, oh
 
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mi sà che il mio canalone stà andando a farsi fottere..... :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

BigNick 28-12-05 21:57

Short interest in aumento
 
:rolleyes:

BigNick 03-01-06 20:38

c'è qualcuno che riesce a vedere qualcosa di buono in questo grafico ?
 
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io personalmente inizio a presagire qualcosa di non tanto bello..

:rolleyes:

aspetto pareri grazie...

BigNick 04-01-06 22:12

DJ Novatel Wireless Enters Two-Year, $25M Credit Pact >NVTL



WASHINGTON (Dow Jones)--Novatel Wireless Inc. (NVTL) disclosed Wednesday that it entered into a two-year, $25 million secured revolving credit facility with Bank of America last week.

The communications company said in a document filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission that it granted the lender a first priority blanket lien on all its assets in order to secure repayment of outstanding debt under the pact.

As of Tuesday, Novatel had $5 million outstanding under the credit pact.

Borrowings under the agreement can be used for general corporate purposes, including capital expenditures, working capital, letters of credit and certain permitted acquisitions and investments, according to the filing.

-By Chad Clinton, Dow Jones Newswires; 202-862-1349; chad.clinton@dowjones.com


(END) Dow Jones Newswires

e che ci faranno co sti soldi ??? :rolleyes:

BigNick 05-01-06 21:36

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oggi la ragazza sale sull'onda delle buone notizie della rivale Sierra Wireless, che ha alzato le stime per il prossimo trimestre e la cui scheda evdo è stata inserita nei portatili HP, ora si spera che NVTL non si faccia scappare il business di DELL sui cui ci sono rumors da diversi mesi, sperem

commenti sui grafici ancora non ne vedo, dai ragazzi su un aiutino ...

BigNick 06-01-06 20:17

nuove "geometrie"
 
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un saluto a Dago, unico lettore di questo 3d :)


latitate gente latitate...

dagoweb 06-01-06 21:00

Il nasdaq a + 1,2 % mentre le nostre "amiche" fanno le scontrose ... :)
Quanta pazienza che ci vuole ...

MaxVaro 11-01-06 22:49

Okkio ai 10.6 Big, x il resto mi pare buona fino a 14.5 e spero ke completi il "tuo" W.... ;)

cmq se passa 15-15.5 dovrebbe fare del "bello".....

Spero ke passi un'Amica a darti manforte.... :D

MaxVaro 12-01-06 18:32

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Big, le donzelle sono un po' timide a volte, lo sai no... ;)

Quindi il commento dell' Esperta te lo giro io, ma ci tengo a precisare che non è farina del mio sacco
(x tua fortuna...): nè per il grafico, nè per il commento.


" L'analisi su scala semi-logaritmica ci segnala un'inversione del downtrend (2004)
ma per contro le quotazioni non riescono a mantenersi nel canale rialzista di
medio.
Una flessione, un rallentamento compresso in un box, che ci fornisce con la sua
banda inferiore un supporto a 10,81 e quotazioni che appaiono sostenersi su un
livello che corrisponde ad un rintracciamento del 61,8 di fibonacci dell'ultimo
movimento al rialzo a quota 11,38.

Il canale di breve tracciato sul grafico line ci segnala la perforazione
della trendline il cui pullback avverrebbe a quota 14,10.
Stessa situazione considerando le shadows (tratteggiata fuxia), il cui
recupero avverrebbe con quotazioni che si portano sopra 13,07
(weekly ma oggi passa comunque per lo stesso livello domani 13,10).
La successiva resistenza corrisponde alla banda superiore del box a
quota 14,51 circa.

In generale il grafico comunica mancanza di direzionalità e segnali
contrastanti che invitano ad una posizione flat. Le figure di continuazione che
appaiono in entrambi i grafici confermano quanto suddetto poiché sull' up-trend
invertono il movimento e perfezionano l'obiettivo al ribasso.

L'analisi logaritmica non fornisce particolari indicazioni.
L'aroon accenna un cross che segnala debolezza ma parliamo di un grafico settimanale.
In pratica...siamo in un box e non ci sarebbe da dire altro, ma per
cercare di anticipare quale sarà il movimento basterà seguire i livelli weekly
(ovvero lo scarto di tanti altri sul daily, ma mi pare che qui è una
questione di "permanenza nel medio termine" e non di scalping, giusto?).

Non resta che attendere la rottura di una delle due bande di opposizione
e vedere con quale incisività si muoveranno le quotazioni. I rispettivi
obiettivi (up e down) corrispondo in linea di massima con il canale al ribasso per cui a meno di un
incisivo movimento dei prezzi in corrispondenza dell' up
o down trendiline il titolo rimarrebbe nella norma.
( spero up e che il prezzo corrisponda a quello di entrata). "

MaxVaro 12-01-06 20:08

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Grafico Log

P.S. la W formation è in pratica un doppio minimo , la spiegazione spero ke la posti la nostra amica.... ;)

Hetty Green 12-01-06 21:19

[QUOTE=MaxVaro]Big, le donzelle sono un po' timide a volte, lo sai no... ;)

Ma ogni tanto escono fuori....

Ho visto qualche tua correzione qua e là...ma questo è un errore

L'analisi algoritmica ci segnala un'inversione del downtren (2004) ma
per contro le quotazioni non riescono a mantenersi nel canale rialzista di
medio.

e correggo

L'analisi su scala semi-logaritmica....due cose completamente differenti...


BigNick! un commento informale...ma visto che Max ha inoltrato e omesso alcune cose...ti chiedo (in maniera diversa da come l'ho chiesto a lui...)perchè quell'avatar?

E..Max visto che tanto le formalità sono andate a farsi benedire del tutto, puoi aggiungere anche quello che ho scritto in merito alla W formation. Io non potrei neanche se volessi, non conservo la posta inviata e di riscriverlo non se ne parla..

Un saluto ad entrambi

BigNick 12-01-06 22:01

questa si che è una analisi fatta bene, altro che balle, un ringraziamento alla tua amica e a te che hai avuto la pazienza di riportare il tutto, sei sempre un esempio per tutti Max !

:bow: :bow: :bow:

BigNick 12-01-06 22:25

[QUOTE=Hetty Green]
Citazione:

Originalmente inviato da MaxVaro
Big, le donzelle sono un po' timide a volte, lo sai no... ;)

Ma ogni tanto escono fuori....

Ho visto qualche tua correzione qua e là...ma questo è un errore

L'analisi algoritmica ci segnala un'inversione del downtren (2004) ma
per contro le quotazioni non riescono a mantenersi nel canale rialzista di
medio.

e correggo

L'analisi su scala semi-logaritmica....due cose completamente differenti...


BigNick! un commento informale...ma visto che Max ha inoltrato e omesso alcune cose...ti chiedo (in maniera diversa da come l'ho chiesto a lui...)perchè quell'avatar?

E..Max visto che tanto le formalità sono andate a farsi benedire del tutto, puoi aggiungere anche quello che ho scritto in merito alla W formation. Io non potrei neanche se volessi, non conservo la posta inviata e di riscriverlo non se ne parla..

Un saluto ad entrambi

ciao Hetty Green, innanzitutto piacere di conoscerti e grazie davvero per la tua analisi, davvero preziosa, per quanto riguarda l'Avatar, l'ho scelto perchè mi piace il personaggio, un po' burbero e solitario dal cuore buono

:)

MaxVaro 12-01-06 23:09

Lascia stare i ringraziamenti al Varo, Big... qui quella con le "palle" è la Hetty ! :eek:

E questo è il suo commento:

' Max la "W" formation non è altro che il doppio minimo!
Insomma che io sappia non esiste una "variante" del doppio minimo.
Quello che sull'esperienza personale posso dire è che io non compro
mai secondo la regola del doppio minimo, ovvero al break out della linea
che unisce i minimi, ma anticipo di gran lunga il movimento.

Se quello segnalato dal tuo amico fosse un vero e proprio doppio minimo sarei
già in acquisto ma non ne ha i veri e propri connotati. Perché? Perché
nella maggioranza dei casi i doppi massimi e minimi si rilevano figure di
consolidamento, ovvero una pausa prima di riprendere in trend già in atto.
E per capirci...cosa accade? Accade che i prezzi si portano sulla linea che unisce
i minimi o nei dintorni per poi ripiombare.
Questo non lo trovi scritto da nessuna parte ma è così!

Almeno ai miei tempi se poi se ne sono accorti tutti e lo hanno messo sui libri non lo so!..

Poi non so come Big (digli di cambiare immagine...non sarà per davvero
un mostro! :-)) abbia fatto a calcolare il target in area 15! è quella
dell'unione dei due minimi il target è molto più sù. Tu sono sicura che
lo sai come si calcola no? '

Adesso rispondo io ad Hetty:

1) Se fossi in te non sarei così sicura che quel Testone del Varo sappia calcolare il target del doppio min..... ;)

2) Shrek non è una bellezza ma... è tanto simpatico ! Come il Nostro Amico Big ! Che però è MOLTO + BELLO...... :D :D :D

3) Che cosa vuoi dire con "ai miei tempi...." ?!?! Mica sei decrepita !??!??
Però 6 una Streghetta e quindi.... forse hai 500 anni e non li dimostri! :eek:
Te ne darei al max. 25 ! ;)

MaxVaro 13-01-06 20:22

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E mò metto il "mio" di grafici weekly.... speriamo ke rompa al rialzo 14.56! ;)

BigNick 18-01-06 22:27

Se perdiamo anche DELL sono capzi.....
 
speriamo che i rumors su una possibile scelta di schede integrate novatel nei pc dell diventino realtà, altrimenti si chiude bottega... :rolleyes:

forse ne sapremo qualcosa a Barcellona dal 13 al 16 febbraio..


Dell plans cellular network laptops
17th January 2006
By Jason Stamper
Dell Inc is gearing up to make a slew of announcements surrounding new laptops and notebooks that feature chipsets enabling them to connect directly to cellular rather than Wi-Fi networks.
AdvertisementJosh Claman, vice president and general manager of Dell's UK operation, said users could expect to see some "exciting broadband technology built into notebooks over the course of the next 12 to 18 months." He dropped strong hints that the "exciting broadband technology" will mean the addition of chipsets, possibly High Speed Downlink Packet Access chips that enable notebooks to connect directly to cellular networks instead of Wi-Fi networks. The main advantage of such embedded cellular chipsets is said to be the ability to connect to network services regardless of whether the user is within range of a Wi-Fi network.

Pressed as to just when users could expect to see support for cellular chipsets, Claman would only say: "Wait for Barcelona, you will hear a lot more about things in this area then." This suggests that the company will announce the developments at 3GSM World Congress in Barcelona, Spain which will run from from February 13 to 16.

It is not clear whether Dell will be ready to ship products with cellular chipsets at that time, or whether it will simply be announcing its roadmap.

As ComputerWire noted last week, reports in German business magazine Capital suggest that the first laptops with embedded cellular chipsets in Europe look set to appear at CeBIT in March, with T-Mobile International and Vodafone Germany the operators lining up partners for launches at the show. T-Mobile went so far as to reveal it was working with Fujitsu Siemens Computers, while Vodafone said it was talking to all the leading laptop vendors.

In the US, operators Verizon (49% owned by Vodafone) and Cingular made announcements along similar lines in 2005, the difference with Verizon being that the chipset in question will be for EV-DO connectivity, since it runs a CDMA network. Cingular is a GSM operator and has so far announced only EDGE, a radio access technology sometimes referred to as 2.75G because of its higher data rates than GPRS.

As for the manufacturers of the cellular chipsets themselves, key contenders include Qualcomm, Freescale, Analog Devices, STMicroelectronics, Icera, and Samsung Electronics.

BigNick 18-01-06 23:55

E intanto anche ACER annuncia notebook con 3G integrato
 
tutto stà a capire chi è il fornitore, spero non sia la solita Option :wall:


Acer integra il wireless 3G nella propria gamma di notebook
Making mobility work faster

18-gen-2006Milano


Acer, leader nel segmento notebook in EMEA - Europa, Middle East e Africa (fonte: IDC EMEA - 3Q 2005 Final), introduce nella propria gamma di notebook TravelMate e Aspire il wireless di terza generazione, ovvero il wireless 3G , allo scopo di offrire agli utenti sia business sia domestici un accesso online ad alta velocità, a garanzia di una maggior flessibilità ed efficienza in movimento.

I TravelMate 4260 e gli Aspire 5650 sono tra i primi notebook a integrare il wireless 3G, una tecnologia destinata a portare una serie innumerevole di vantaggi alle comunicazioni mobili business e personali grazie al potenziamento della capacità di roaming e ad una velocità di comunicazione sette volte più veloce di quella possibile con una connessione modem a 56k PSTN.

Oltre alla superiore capacità di elaborazione dati della recentissima piattaforma Intel Mobile Centrino Duo, meglio nota come NAPA, che integra il processore Intel Core Duo, il chipset Intel 945PM Express e il chipset di connessione di rete Intel PRO/Wireless 3945ABG, le due serie TravelMate 4260 e Aspire 5650 offrono una piena connettività WWAN tramite la capacità tri-band GPRS/EDGE a 900/1800/1900 MHz e a 2100 MHz grazie al wide-band integrato 3G CDMA (Code-Division Multiple Access), una tecnologia wireless UMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunication Service) che incrementa la velocità di trasmissione dati nei sistemi GSM.

Poiché la tecnologia mobile è in costante sviluppo, il wireless 3G integrato nei notebook Acer è già predisposto per essere aggiornato secondo lo standard di futura generazione HSDPA. L’HSDPA è una tecnologia di migrazione dello standard wireless UMTS usato dai maggiori operatori wireless d’Europa, Giappone e Nord America per l’erogazione di servizi voce e dati. L’HSDPA incrementa la capacità di rete fino a cinque volte tanto il traffico dati e fino a due volte tanto gli utenti wireless per cella rispetto alle reti UMTS attuali.

La decisione di integrare i recenti standard di terza generazione 3G nella gamma TravelMate e Aspire sottolinea il costante impegno di Acer nel voler offrire ai propri utenti professionali e domestici la soluzione wireless più flessibile e conveniente per potenziare la produttività e le possibilità di comunicazione in movimento. Poiché le reti 3G sono sviluppate globalmente, la comunicazione ad alta velocità è accessibile in modo semplice e sicuro da qualsiasi parte della rete.

Grazie al wireless 3G, la connessione alla rete d’ufficio o a Internet, l’invio e la ricezione di email con pesanti allegati e l’instant messaging in movimento diventa conveniente, oltre che una realtà in tempo reale.

“L’introduzione dell’UMTS nei dispositivi mobile segna il passaggio da applicazioni centrate sulla comunicazione semplice ad applicazioni orientate alla multimedialità come i servizi voce, dati, fax e d’intrattenimento,” commenta Gianfranco Lanci, Presidente Acer Inc. “L’integrazione di quest’innovativa tecnologia nella nostra gamma di portatili sottolinea il nostro impegno a sviluppare soluzioni mobili all’avanguardia e rappresenta un ulteriore passo avanti verso la nostra missione aziendale di rompere le barriere tra le persone e la tecnologia”.

BigNick 26-01-06 22:19

Novatel Wireless Announces Preliminary 4th Quarter Results
Thursday January 26, 4:15 pm ET
Company Positioned to Lead Embedded Laptop Market with Four Design Wins with Tier One Laptop Manufacturers

SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 26, 2006--Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL - News), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, announced today preliminary results for the fourth quarter ended December 31, 2005.

Revenues for the fourth quarter are expected to increase approximately 45% year-over year and 15% sequentially to approximately $48.5 million. During the fourth quarter, the Company incurred accelerated R&D costs in response to additional design wins for its embedded OEM solutions and took an inventory charge of approximately $1.5 million related principally to certain legacy 2.5G products. Including these costs, GAAP net income is expected to be $0.00 to $0.01 per diluted share, below previous Company expectations due to a change in product mix and the additional expenses. The Company expects to increase net cash and investments in the fourth quarter to over $85 million or $2.91 per share.

"Fourth quarter revenues were the highest in Company history, benefiting from impressive 74% sequential growth of our EV-DO products to over $25 million," commented Peter Leparulo, Novatel Wireless' Chief Executive Officer. "During the period, we had nine million-dollar carrier customers - one of our most diverse quarters ever - and the fourth quarter included initial sales of our HSDPA wireless data cards to leading carriers in both Europe and North America. With the roll-out of our HSDPA products, we saw a significant decrease in sales and product margins of legacy UMTS products. This decrease impacted overall gross margins and product mix in the fourth quarter."

"Over the last three months, we received design wins from additional Tier One laptop manufacturers, bringing our total to four Tier One laptop manufacturers, and several other mass market devices," added Mr. Leparulo. "We believe these wins represent at least half of the Tier One design decisions in the industry to date. In many cases, our OEM partners are now launching across additional technologies, into new markets, and with additional carriers, each with their own development and integration requirements. The number of laptop and other hardware applications rolling out with our products in the first half of 2006 is a significant acceleration of our original plans and we have rapidly expedited our R&D efforts to meet these more aggressive plans. As a result, R&D spending increased to 15% of revenue in the fourth quarter and we believe that the return on this investment will be rapidly increasing OEM revenues in the second half of the year."

"We are excited to announce that we will begin shipping OEM products later in this quarter to one of the world's largest laptop manufacturers and plan to roll out with three more partners in Q2," Mr. Leparulo stated. "With our success to date with both Tier One and Tier Two platforms, we believe that we are now positioned to be the leader in the 3G embedded market as this technology moves toward broad commercialization this year."

"2005 was our second consecutive year of greater than 50% revenue growth, leading to the best operating income in the Company's history. While we will continue to see the impact of the transition to HSDPA in Q1 on our bottom line, we enter 2006 making significant progress on all fronts in our diversification strategy and will be introducing many exciting new products throughout the year," Mr. Leparulo concluded. "As HSDPA ramps in the second quarter and second half of 2006, we are well positioned with this technology and enjoying greater than expected growth in our EV-DO business. This growth in our core business will be complemented by our exciting entrance into two promising emerging markets - embedded solutions for laptops and fixed mobile convergence."

Novatel Wireless will host a conference call for analysts and investors to discuss its full fourth quarter and year-end 2005 results at 5:00 p.m. ET on February 22, 2006. A live Web cast of the conference call will be accessible from the "Investor Relations" section of the Novatel Wireless web site (www.novatelwireless.com). Following the live Web cast, an archived version will be available on the Novatel Wireless' Web site.

BigNick 26-01-06 22:22

assomiglia tanto a un warning :rolleyes:

dagoweb 27-01-06 11:52

* E' proprio un profit warning :(
* Anche questa sembra essere una societa' che bada molto ad aumentare il fatturato ma non riesce ad avere una reddittivita' adeguata ( ne so qualcosa anch'io :rolleyes: )


AP
Novatel Shares Drop on 4Q Profit Warning
Thursday January 26, 6:10 pm ET
Novatel Wireless Warns of Fourth-Quarter Earnings Shortfall; Shares Fall in After-Hours Trading

SAN DIEGO (AP) -- Novatel Wireless Inc., a maker of wireless modems, on Thursday said its fourth-quarter results will be much lower than previously forecast, although revenue is estimated to grow 45 percent for the period.
Shares of Novatel plunged on the report. The stock fell 48 cents to close at $11.98 on the Nasdaq, and lost another 98 cents, or 8.2 percent, in after-hours trading.

The company said it expects its earnings will range from break even to income of a penny per share, reflecting increased research and development costs and an inventory charge. Revenue is projected to reach $48.5 million.

Previously, Novatel had pegged its fourth-quarter earnings at between 13 cents and 14 cents per share.

On average, analysts surveyed by Thomson Financial are looking for earnings of 14 cents per share on $49.1 million in revenue.

BigNick 27-01-06 14:30

Citazione:

Originalmente inviato da BigNick
speriamo che i rumors su una possibile scelta di schede integrate novatel nei pc dell diventino realtà, altrimenti si chiude bottega... :rolleyes:

forse ne sapremo qualcosa a Barcellona dal 13 al 16 febbraio..


Dell plans cellular network laptops
17th January 2006
By Jason Stamper
Dell Inc is gearing up to make a slew of announcements surrounding new laptops and notebooks that feature chipsets enabling them to connect directly to cellular rather than Wi-Fi networks.
AdvertisementJosh Claman, vice president and general manager of Dell's UK operation, said users could expect to see some "exciting broadband technology built into notebooks over the course of the next 12 to 18 months." He dropped strong hints that the "exciting broadband technology" will mean the addition of chipsets, possibly High Speed Downlink Packet Access chips that enable notebooks to connect directly to cellular networks instead of Wi-Fi networks. The main advantage of such embedded cellular chipsets is said to be the ability to connect to network services regardless of whether the user is within range of a Wi-Fi network.

Pressed as to just when users could expect to see support for cellular chipsets, Claman would only say: "Wait for Barcelona, you will hear a lot more about things in this area then." This suggests that the company will announce the developments at 3GSM World Congress in Barcelona, Spain which will run from from February 13 to 16.

It is not clear whether Dell will be ready to ship products with cellular chipsets at that time, or whether it will simply be announcing its roadmap.

As ComputerWire noted last week, reports in German business magazine Capital suggest that the first laptops with embedded cellular chipsets in Europe look set to appear at CeBIT in March, with T-Mobile International and Vodafone Germany the operators lining up partners for launches at the show. T-Mobile went so far as to reveal it was working with Fujitsu Siemens Computers, while Vodafone said it was talking to all the leading laptop vendors.

In the US, operators Verizon (49% owned by Vodafone) and Cingular made announcements along similar lines in 2005, the difference with Verizon being that the chipset in question will be for EV-DO connectivity, since it runs a CDMA network. Cingular is a GSM operator and has so far announced only EDGE, a radio access technology sometimes referred to as 2.75G because of its higher data rates than GPRS.

As for the manufacturers of the cellular chipsets themselves, key contenders include Qualcomm, Freescale, Analog Devices, STMicroelectronics, Icera, and Samsung Electronics.


Fiuuuuuuuuuu !!

almeno questa è entrata :) , servirà a bilanciare un po' il profit warning di ieri sera !!

mica paglia DELL !


http://investor.novatelwireless.com/...leaseID=185641

Novatel Wireless Teams with Dell to Provide 3G Modems in Next-Generation Enterprise Notebook Computers

SAN DIEGO, Jan 27, 2006 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today announced that it will supply Dell with Novatel Wireless EV-DO (Evolution-Data Optimized) and HSDPA (High Speed Downlink Packet Access) mobile broadband embedded modules.

Dell will include the Novatel Wireless third-generation (3G) modems in its next-generation Latitude(TM) notebook computers. The build-to-order 3G-equipped notebooks will enable Dell's mobile customers to wirelessly send and receive emails, surf the Internet, download file attachments and access corporate networks through a virtual private network (VPN). In addition, Novatel Wireless' embedded modules are backward compatible with 2.5G and 2G wireless standards, where 3G networks are not available. The notebooks are expected to be available in the first half of this year.

"We are delighted that Dell chose our EV-DO and HSDPA embedded modems to develop all-in-one, high-speed mobile computing solutions with broad market appeal," said Peter Leparulo, chief executive officer for Novatel Wireless. "This agreement with Dell is a testament to the quality of our broadband data solutions. We look forward to partnering with Dell to lead the next computing revolution by offering remote users the convenience and flexibility of wireless broadband computing in Europe and North America."

The PCI Express Mini Card design of Novatel Wireless' Cards are standard in most notebooks, providing quick and easy integration and minimizing space on the notebook motherboard. This helps enable platform manufacturers to reduce integration costs and maintain external slots for other functions.

dagoweb 27-01-06 16:04

Giornatina movimentata ...
Open a 11,15 minimo a 9,98 ed ora e' ritornata a 11 ... volumi doppi rispetto alla media giornaliera ... il tutto in 30 minuti di contrattazioni !

Direi che e' in atto una bella battaglia !

BigNick 30-01-06 22:53

altro contratto e si scende lo stesso
 
the trend is your friend, ok la vogliono mandare giù ancora, probabile obiettivo area 8,54 precedente minimo di maggio ?

se così fosse ne prenderò una vagonata e poi aspetto che falliscono :D

un saluto a Hetty & Max :)

a chi interessa ho trovato un report che auspica un eventuale buyout da parte di Option principale concorrente di novatel


Novatel Wireless Supplies 3G Wireless Multimedia Application Consoles to Telefonica Moviles Espana; Ovation MCU 1001 Provides Broadband Access for Home, SOHO and Enterprise Markets

SAN DIEGO, Jan 30, 2006 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, announced that it signed a supply agreement with Telefonica Moviles Espana, the largest mobile operator in Spain, for Novatel Wireless' Ovation MCU 1001(TM) 3G Wireless Multimedia Application Consoles. Telefonica Moviles will offer customers in Spain, Novatel Wireless' product, a stand-alone desktop device that unifies the Telefonica Moviles 3G UMTS network with 802.11b/g wireless local area networking (WLAN).

Designed for residential, small office/home office (SOHO) and enterprise users, the Ovation MCU 1001 will provide Telefonica Moviles' subscribers with high-speed wireless broadband access to email, the Internet and corporate networks. The connection is maintained through secure virtual private networks (VPNs) using multiple devices, including desktop PCs, Wi-Fi-enabled laptops and other peripheral solutions. With wireless broadband data speeds up to 384 kbps on the Telefonica Moviles Espana UMTS network - approximately six times faster than dial-up - Ovation MCU 1001 offers a superior cost and performance alternative to dial-up and Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) connections.

"Novatel Wireless' Ovation MCU 1001 is the first regional, feature-rich solution in Spain that leverages 3G connectivity and enhances the high-speed wireless experience for users," said Peter Leparulo, CEO of Novatel Wireless. "Our ongoing relationship with Telefonica is testament to our market leadership, the superior wireless broadband solutions we offer and strong relationships we build with top carriers worldwide."

Novatel Wireless has the broadest data product portfolio in the market place, including PC Cards, mini-PCI modules and Ovation consoles supporting global standards such as UMTS, HSDPA and EV-DO. The diversified product portfolio addresses the mobile enterprise market, the embedded laptop market and the fixed / mobile convergence market. Novatel Wireless was first to commercialize UMTS PC cards both in Europe and North America. The company's Merlin PC Data Cards have been sold by 41 operators in 32 countries throughout Asia, Africa, Australia, Europe, the Middle East and North America.

About the Ovation Family of 3G Multimedia Application Consoles Powered by Conversa

The Ovation Family of 3G Multimedia Application Consoles is a portfolio of stand-alone desktop consoles integrated with GSM, UMTS, 802.11b/g, voice and/or VoIP technology to provide broadband data and voice communications and the delivery of multimedia applications. Ovation is powered by Conversa, a software suite developed by Novatel Wireless that will offer broadband WWAN Internet access, advanced WLAN networking, analog voice calling and intelligent routing depending on quality of service and cost, multimedia application support, advanced security firewalls and protocol flexibility.

BigNick 31-01-06 21:20

altra notiziuola
 
Novatel Wireless and Siemens Complete 3.6Mbps Data Call on Tri-Band HSDPA PC Card Modem

http://investor.novatelwireless.com/...leaseID=186039

SAN DIEGO & BERLIN, Jan 31, 2006 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today announced it has developed the Merlin U870, a High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) PC Card Modem, to support the global rollout of HSDPA networks.

Novatel Wireless and Siemens have successfully completed their first 3.6Mbps (megabits per second) data call, a wireless link between a base station and a wireless modem. The test data call took place at Siemens' labs in Berlin, using the company's NodeB 880 base station and Novatel Wireless' Merlin U870.

The Merlin U870 is Novatel Wireless' second-generation HSDPA PC Card Modem, which provides accelerated HSDPA speeds of up to 3.6Mbps (megabits per second), compared to the industry's current 1.8Mbps. The product also works on the 800, 1900 and 2100 MHz HSDPA bands in North America and Europe, making it a global roaming card. The card is backward compatible with currently deployed data network technologies including UMTS, EDGE and GPRS.

"With the introduction of our second-generation tri-band HSDPA PC Card Modem and the successful completion of the first 3.6Mbps data call with Siemens, Novatel Wireless reconfirms its leadership position in the wireless broadband market worldwide," said Peter Leparulo, chief executive officer for Novatel Wireless. "With established partners like Siemens, and cutting-edge products, Novatel Wireless is continuing its focus on offering operators advanced end-to-end HSDPA solutions."

Novatel Wireless was first to commercialize UMTS PC cards both in Europe and North America. The company's Merlin PC data cards have been sold by 41 operators in 32 countries throughout Asia, Africa, Australia, Europe, the Middle East and North America.

The Siemens Communications Group is one of the largest players in the global telecommunications industry. The company offers a full-line portfolio of innovative solutions for voice and data communication. Its comprehensive offerings range from devices right through to complex network infrastructures and services for wireless, fixed and enterprise networks. It is the largest Group within the Siemens organization and operates in more than 160 countries around the world. In fiscal 2005 (September 30), its 54,500-strong workforce posted sales of over 13 billion euros.

Hetty Green 31-01-06 21:51

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Big Nick! se ti piaccio le news...
E Max ne ha di mie per te.

Ciao

MaxVaro 31-01-06 22:01

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Big Nick! se ti piaccio le news...
E Max ne ha di mie per te.

Ciao

Appena fatto, Stella! ;)

P.S. portatile ancora KO.... :mad:

Mi è venuta un'idea.... provo con Skype.... me lo ha insegnato BigNick! :D

BigNick 08-02-06 21:03

Novatel Wireless Showcases 3.6Mbps Data Call with Alcatel at 3GSM
 
3.6Mbps (megabits per second) Broadband wireless :eek:
tante belle cose ma NVTL non dà segni di risveglio :rolleyes:

http://investor.novatelwireless.com/...leaseID=186879

Novatel Wireless Showcases 3.6Mbps Data Call with Alcatel at 3GSM

SAN DIEGO, Feb 08, 2006 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today announced it will demonstrate a 3.6Mbps (megabits per second) HSDPA data call with Alcatel (Paris:CGEP.PA) (NYSE:ALA) in the Alcatel booth at 3GSM World Congress 2006 in Barcelona (Hall 8 -- Booth A09). The data call will consist of a wireless link between Alcatel's Evolium(R) HDSPA-enabled Node B and Novatel Wireless' Merlin U870 PC Card Modem.

The Merlin U870 is Novatel Wireless' second-generation High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) PC Card Modem, which provides accelerated speeds of up to 3.6Mbps, i.e. twice the industry's current 1.8Mbps data rates. This data throughput is made possible by the support of the 16QAM modulation (Category 6). The product also works on the 800, 1900 and 2100 MHz HSDPA bands in North America and Europe, making it a global roaming card. The card is backward compatible with currently deployed data network technologies, including Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS), Enhanced Data for Global Evolution (EDGE) and General Packet Radio Service (GPRS).

"We are pleased to extend our relationship with Novatel Wireless to our joint 3.6 data call demonstration at 3GSM," said Philippe Keryer, president of Alcatel's mobile radio access activities. "This demonstration reinforces Alcatel's strategy based on multi-standard evolutionary solutions, and highlights the software upgradeability of Alcatel's 3G/UMTS-based HSDPA/HSUPA solution."

"This 3.6 Mbps data call reinforces Novatel Wireless' commitment to leading development and deployment of advanced wireless broadband solutions," said Peter Leparulo, chief executive officer for Novatel Wireless. "With a long-standing partnership with Alcatel in place, we are confident our solutions will further advance the wireless broadband market, delivering top-of-the-line performance."

Novatel Wireless has the broadest data product portfolio on the market, including PC Cards, mini-PCI modules and Ovation consoles. The diversified product portfolio addresses the mobile enterprise market, the embedded laptop market and the fixed-mobile convergence market. Novatel Wireless was first to commercialize UMTS PC Cards both in Europe and North America. The company's Merlin PC Data Cards have been sold by 41 operators in 32 countries throughout Asia, Africa, Australia, Europe, the Middle East and North America.

BigNick 14-02-06 21:07

direi che il segnale è abbastanza chiaro..
 
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mi sà che torniamo a 8,5$, e speriamo che si fermi lì :rolleyes:

BigNick 15-02-06 07:10

direi che il segnale è abbastanza chiaro..
 
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mi sà che torniamo a 8,5$, e speriamo che si fermi lì :rolleyes:

dagoweb 21-02-06 15:53

Ciao Bignick !

Novatel Wireless' Fourth Quarter Results
Scheduled to start Wed, Feb 22, 2006, 5:00 pm Eastern


Se va a testare il minimo in area 8,50 , e regge, credo proprio che ti faro' compagnia.
Io pero' credo che si fermera' un po' prima (e' solo una sensazione).

dagoweb 21-02-06 16:25

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Queste sono le stime degli analisti ( ricordo che il 26/01/2006 la societa' ha gia' comunicato che gli utili saranno inferiori alle attese : http://www.finanzaonline.com/forum/s...&postcount=217 )

Attualmente sta facendo -4% a 9,50 $

BigNick 21-02-06 21:20

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Ciao Bignick !

Novatel Wireless' Fourth Quarter Results
Scheduled to start Wed, Feb 22, 2006, 5:00 pm Eastern


Se va a testare il minimo in area 8,50 , e regge, credo proprio che ti faro' compagnia.
Io pero' credo che si fermera' un po' prima (e' solo una sensazione).

ti spiego le mie intenzioni, domani metto un ordine intorno ai minimi da te segnalati, magari una po' di speculazione pre earnings ci può stare, se invece tiene allora aspetto la trimestrale che immagino bruttina e allora riposto lo stesso ordine alla stessa cifra il giorno seguente, e poi non le guardo più per un po' (bugia...), nel contempo aspetto il cazziatone che sicuramente mi arriverà dal mio amico Max Anima Buona e da Hetty

ciao Dagoooooo

dagoweb 22-02-06 21:43

Durante gli scambi odierni, non mi pare di intravedere i movimenti di chi conosce gia' i dati della trimestrale ....
Oppure la trimestrale confermera' al centesimo la preview del 26 gennaio ...
A meno di stravolgimenti degli ultimi 20 minuti.

Tradotto : non so che Pazzo fare :D

BigNick 22-02-06 21:45

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Durante gli scambi odierni, non mi pare di intravedere i movimenti di chi conosce gia' i dati della trimestrale ....
Oppure la trimestrale confermera' al centesimo la preview del 26 gennaio ...
A meno di stravolgimenti degli ultimi 20 minuti.

Tradotto : non so che Pazzo fare :D

il mio ordine a 8,61 è ancora lì, meglio così, vediamo cosa ci racconta la trimestrale che è meglio :D

dagoweb 22-02-06 21:51

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il mio ordine a 8,61 è ancora lì, meglio così, vediamo cosa ci racconta la trimestrale che è meglio :D

Credo che la chiave di lettura stia nella candela che ha fatto il 27/1 ....
Volumi altissimi e lower shadow pronunciatissima, se proprio devo scommettere, sperando di non portare sfiga, se almeno conferma la preview, risale.

BigNick 22-02-06 21:55

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Credo che la chiave di lettura stia nella candela che ha fatto il 27/1 ....
Volumi altissimi e lower shadow pronunciatissima, se proprio devo scommettere, sperando di non portare sfiga, se almeno conferma la preview, risale.

non sarei così ottimista, stiamo facendo continuamente nuovi minimi, io sarei quasi portato a pensare che serve ancora uno scossone per poter ripartire

dagoweb 22-02-06 22:07

Tra un'oretta scopriremo se gli scambi degli ultimi 10 minuti, erano solo uno specchietto per le allodole ...

BigNick 22-02-06 22:14

credo anche, prima, fammi sapere cosa ne pensi della trimestrale se puoi grazie

BigNick 22-02-06 22:18

Novatel Wireless Reports Record Quarterly and Full Year Revenues
Wednesday February 22, 4:17 pm ET
Fourth Quarter Revenues Increase 46% Year over Year and 16% Sequentially


SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 22, 2006--Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL - News), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today reported financial results for the fourth quarter and full year ended December 31, 2005.


Revenues for the fourth quarter were up 16% sequentially to $48.7 million versus revenue of $42.1 million in the prior quarter and up 46% over revenue of $33.4 million reported in the same period last year. Fourth quarter GAAP net income was $121,000 or $0.00 per diluted share. This compares to GAAP net income of $5.2 million or $0.17 per diluted share in the prior year period. Fourth quarter 2005 results include an inventory provision of $2.3 million and a tax benefit of $668,000.

Revenues for the year ended December 31, 2005 were $161.7 million, a 56% increase from $103.7 million reported for the prior year. Net income applicable to common stockholders for 2005 was $11.1 million or $0.37 per diluted share which compares to net income of $13.7 million or $0.48 per diluted share for 2004.

"In 2005, we grew revenues by 56% to a record $161.7 million and we believe that our success in the embedded modules market positions us for continued top line growth in 2006 and beyond," commented Peter Leparulo, Novatel Wireless' Chief Executive Officer. "We believe we have taken the leadership position in the embedded market with design wins from five Tier One laptop vendors -- including two of the top three laptop vendors in the world -- and multiple smaller, mass market providers. Since we announced our preliminary results in January, we are pleased to announce that we have won another Tier One laptop manufacturer that is planning to embed our technology in every laptop it ships into selected geographic regions. We believe our wins represent greater than 50% of the Tier One design decisions in the industry to date and many of our OEM partners are now launching in more markets than originally planned. This success led us to accelerate R&D spending on integration, approvals and carrier certification efforts, as we prepare to launch with multiple Tier One partners on multiple carrier networks worldwide."

"Our success in the embedded market is a natural offshoot of our technology innovation in the PC card business," added Mr. Leparulo. "In the fourth quarter, revenues were driven by an impressive 74% sequential growth of our EV-DO PC Card sales to Sprint and Verizon to over $25 million in the strongest seasonal quarter. The fourth quarter also included initial sales of our HSDPA wireless data cards to leading carriers in both Europe and North America."

Recent highlights include:

In February, the Company demonstrated the Ovation(TM) MCU 2000 Console at 3GSM in Barcelona. The MCU 2000 is a second generation 3G Multimedia Application Console which converges 3G and WLAN. Additionally at 3GSM, the Company showcased a 3.6Mbps HSDPA data call with partner Alcatel in the Alcatel booth.
The Company announced that it would provide PTC with HSDPA ready PC Card Modems for Poland's WEDGE (UMTS/EDGE) network. This would be the first time Novatel Wireless sold its card into a purely WEDGE application.
In late January, the Company announced with its partner Siemens that it had completed a 3.6Mbps Data Call on a Tri-Band HSDPA PC Card Modem.
The Company announced that it would supply its 3G Wireless Multimedia Application Consoles (MCU 1001) to Telefonica Moviles Espana. The Ovation MCU 1001 provides broadband access for Home, SOHO and Enterprise Markets.
The Company announced it had teamed with Dell to provide 3G modems for their next-generation enterprise notebook computers. Novatel Wireless will supply Dell with EV-DO and HSDPA mobile broadband embedded modules.
The Company announced Cingular had selected its Merlin U730 PC modem cards for the world's first HSDPA network rollout.
The Company announced that the Merlin V620 won a Mobile Star award for best Wireless modem.
"During the fourth quarter, we took an inventory provision related principally to 2.5G inventory and year-end book-to-physical adjustments, and increased R&D expenditures as we move away from legacy technology and focus more on our embedded business," explained Dan Halvorson, Novatel Wireless' Chief Financial Officer. "Fourth quarter gross margins were impacted by the rapid decrease in product margins on UMTS equipment. Moving forward, we expect the increased R&D costs and the gross margin pressure to continue in the first half of the year. Additionally, we expect to see a continued drop in UMTS revenues in the first quarter. Considering these factors, we currently forecast revenues in the range of $40 to $42 million and approximately break even to a loss of $0.03 per share on a non-GAAP basis, which excludes the effect of the adoption of Statement of Financial Accounting Standards No. 123® for stock-based compensation expense. As HSDPA technology rolls out more aggressively in the middle of the year and we ramp to volume with some of the largest laptop vendors in the world, we expect our sequential growth and bottom line profits to increase notably in the second half of the year."

BigNick 22-02-06 22:22

".....we currently forecast revenues in the range of $40 to $42 million and approximately break even to a loss of $0.03 per share on a non-GAAP basis, which excludes the effect of the adoption of Statement of Financial Accounting Standards No. 123® for stock-based compensation expense"

dagoweb 22-02-06 22:26

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".....we currently forecast revenues in the range of $40 to $42 million and approximately break even to a loss of $0.03 per share on a non-GAAP basis, which excludes the effect of the adoption of Statement of Financial Accounting Standards No. 123® for stock-based compensation expense"

Esatto, hai centrato il problema !
Ed infatti i primi scambi dell'ah sono a 9,25 ...

BigNick 22-02-06 22:30

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Esatto, hai centrato il problema !
Ed infatti i primi scambi dell'ah sono a 9,25 ...

unica nota positiva, hanno beccato un nuovo "Tier One laptop vendors" , mi puzza il fatto che hanno fatto pochi riferimenti alll"OVATION" mi sà che non lo compra nessuno... :rolleyes:

dagoweb 23-02-06 15:23

In premarket viaggia verso il test del minimo di cui si parlava in precedenza (8,55 $)
Se non li tiene, nei prossimi mesi senza notizie positive, potrebbe andare a ritrovare i 5 $ (non mi sembra ci siano gradini intermedi).

Decisamente un outlook che prevede i prossimi due quarter in perdita non me l'aspettavo proprio ...

BigNick 23-02-06 20:55

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In premarket viaggia verso il test del minimo di cui si parlava in precedenza (8,55 $)
Se non li tiene, nei prossimi mesi senza notizie positive, potrebbe andare a ritrovare i 5 $ (non mi sembra ci siano gradini intermedi).

Decisamente un outlook che prevede i prossimi due quarter in perdita non me l'aspettavo proprio ...

torno or ora dal lavoro e vedo il mio ordinino a 8,61 eseguito, mi raccomando non fatelo sapere al mio amico max testa quadra, se no viene qui e mi picchia,
questo è un gesto di amore verso la mia Novatel, che non sò se verrà premiato, come notizie devono arrivare dopo DELL altri quattro contratti con altrettanti "Tier One laptop manufacturer",

"...We believe we have taken the leadership position in the embedded market with design wins from five Tier One laptop vendors -- including two of the top three laptop vendors in the world -- and multiple smaller, mass market providers. Since we announced our preliminary results in January, we are pleased to announce that we have won another Tier One laptop manufacturer that is planning to embed our technology in every laptop it ships into selected geographic regions. We believe our wins represent greater than 50% of the Tier One design decisions in the industry to date and many of our OEM partners are now launching in more markets than originally planned"

chissà chi saranno.... ASUS ? magari APPLE ? (Magari...),

graficamente direi che fà abbastanza vomitare

vedremo :rolleyes:

dagoweb 27-02-06 21:47

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In premarket viaggia verso il test del minimo di cui si parlava in precedenza (8,55 $)
Se non li tiene, nei prossimi mesi senza notizie positive, potrebbe andare a ritrovare i 5 $ (non mi sembra ci siano gradini intermedi).

Decisamente un outlook che prevede i prossimi due quarter in perdita non me l'aspettavo proprio ...

Adesso pero' ...
... non e' che deve andare per forza a 5 $$ !!!
A quanto pare e' immune dai "rimbalzi tecnici" :mmmm:

BigNick 27-02-06 21:49

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Adesso pero' ...
... non e' che deve andare per forza a 5 $$ !!!
A quanto pare e' immune dai "rimbalzi tecnici" :mmmm:

se molla ancora, prossimo obiettivo 7,45 :(

dagoweb 27-02-06 21:55

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se molla ancora, prossimo obiettivo 7,45 :(

Rsi a 18 e slow stochastic quasi a zero ...
DEVE fare almeno un rimbalzo tecnico (fermo restando il trend negativo, che quello nessuno puo' negare).

BigNick 27-02-06 21:58

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Rsi a 18 e slow stochastic quasi a zero ...
DEVE fare almeno un rimbalzo tecnico (fermo restando il trend negativo, che quello nessuno puo' negare).

fanno prima le mie balle a fare il rimbalzo tecnico :D

dagoweb 27-02-06 22:06

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fanno prima le mie balle a fare il rimbalzo tecnico :D

Avevo ragione !
E' "rimbalzata" di ben .... 10 centesimi :D

BigNick 27-02-06 22:11

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Avevo ragione !
E' "rimbalzata" di ben .... 10 centesimi :D

ma cosa aspettano sti capzoni a annunciare gli altri contratti con i 4 rimanenti produttori di notebook, per lo meno darebbero un po' di fiducia,

bahh

secondo me uno di questi sarà Toshiba

dagoweb 27-02-06 22:19

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ma cosa aspettano sti capzoni a annunciare gli altri contratti con i 4 rimanenti produttori di notebook, per lo meno darebbero un po' di fiducia,

bahh

secondo me uno di questi sarà Toshiba

Le notizie positive, riguardanti gli accordi commerciali, di certo non guastano,
ma al "mercato" sembra che interessino solo gli utili, e non ha tutti i torti ...

Quindi bene gli accordi commerciali, bene l'aumento di spesa in R&D, ma DEVONO essere piu' chiari come intendono trasformare tutto questo in utili,
non appena lo faranno, andra' a chiudere tutti i gap che ha lasciato per strada ...

Grecale 28-02-06 00:14

Ciao Big un caro saluto :)

BigNick 28-02-06 21:06

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Ciao Big un caro saluto :)

ciao Mitico Grec ! :)

dagoweb 28-02-06 22:11

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Rsi a 18 e slow stochastic quasi a zero ...
DEVE fare almeno un rimbalzo tecnico (fermo restando il trend negativo, che quello nessuno puo' negare).

Mi sa che la "ragazza" non mi ha capito ...
Non e' che adesso si fa tutti i giorni un -3% e poi nell'ultima mezzora recupera uno 0,5% ...
Per "rimbalzo tecnico" intedevo un'altra cosa :angry:

Bignick spiegaglielo tu, a me non da retta :D

BigNick 28-02-06 22:18

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Mi sa che la "ragazza" non mi ha capito ...
Non e' che adesso si fa tutti i giorni un -3% e poi nell'ultima mezzora recupera uno 0,5% ...
Per "rimbalzo tecnico" intedevo un'altra cosa :angry:

Bignick spiegaglielo tu, a me non da retta :D

io spero solo che trovi supporto laddove ti ho detto, se no le taglio

dagoweb 28-02-06 22:29

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io spero solo che trovi supporto laddove ti ho detto, se no le taglio

Effettivamente non e' una bella situazione ...
Sono andato a rivedermi i tuoi vecchi grafici, e se non regge il supporto che hai segnalato, diventa 6 $$ quello storicamente valido (per il medio periodo)
http://www.finanzaonline.com/forum/s...1&postcount=96

BigNick 28-02-06 22:33

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Effettivamente non e' una bella situazione ...
Sono andato a rivedermi i tuoi vecchi grafici, e se non regge il supporto che hai segnalato, diventa 6 $$ quello storicamente valido (per il medio periodo)
http://www.finanzaonline.com/forum/s...1&postcount=96

faciamo pure 4,89 :eek:

dagoweb 01-03-06 22:09

Oggi qualcosa ha fatto ...
Meglio di un calcio nelle gengive :D

p.s. una candela bianca erano anni che non si vedeva (estremizzo un po')

BigNick 01-03-06 22:23

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Oggi qualcosa ha fatto ...
Meglio di un calcio nelle gengive :D

p.s. una candela bianca erano anni che non si vedeva (estremizzo un po')

capzo è quel colore verde ???? :D

BigNick 02-03-06 21:49

considerando il +4% di ieri e considerando la giornata non proprio delle migliori, mi sembra si stia comportando bene la ragazza che ne dici Dago ? :)

dagoweb 03-03-06 11:29

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considerando il +4% di ieri e considerando la giornata non proprio delle migliori, mi sembra si stia comportando bene la ragazza che ne dici Dago ? :)

Mi sa che dobbiamo attendere ancora qualche seduta per vedere se il vento e' veramente girato (i volumi degli ultimi giorni non mi sembrano indicativi),
quanto meno le vendite indiscriminate mi sembrano finite ...

BigNick 03-03-06 22:02

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Mi sa che dobbiamo attendere ancora qualche seduta per vedere se il vento e' veramente girato (i volumi degli ultimi giorni non mi sembrano indicativi),
quanto meno le vendite indiscriminate mi sembrano finite ...

anche oggi piccolo passettino, nel finale avrebbero potuto massacrarla e invece ha tenuto

BigNick 05-03-06 18:19

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.... un commento informale...ma visto che Max ha inoltrato e omesso alcune cose...ti chiedo (in maniera diversa da come l'ho chiesto a lui...)perchè quell'avatar?

....Non ho guardato le tue NVTL in questi giorni ma ogni tanto ho chiesto a Max l'andamento...ma ci sono arrivate in fondo a quel canale disegnato sul weekly?

il fondo del canalone disegnato sul weekly sempre che io abbia interpretato bene non è stato ancora raggiunto, dovrebbe essere intorno ai 7,35$

correggimi se sbaglio please,

a proposito, dedico a te il mio nuovo avatar, visto che il precedente non ti piaceva ;)

Hetty Green 05-03-06 20:49

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Ecco questo è il grafico come impostato quando me ne parlò Max (eravamo dove c'è il pallino blu). Si, i prezzi non hanno raggiunto la down trendline nè l'obiettivo del box che corrisponde quasi allo statico. Ho aggiunto una parallela del canale che tocca le shadows. Per la prossima ottava i livelli delle trendlines passano rispettivamente per quota 7,08(line) e 4,93(shadow - non penso proprio che ci arrivi).
Big l'ipervenduto del daily segnala un pullback del gap tra 9,27 e 8,92 ovvero segnala che il titolo potrebbe portarsi più precisamente tra quota 8,93/96, ma non credo ci troviamo ancora al punto d'inversione. Spero vivamente di sbagliarmi ma la scorsa ottava i prezzi hanno reagito semplicemente perchè è stato toccato un livello dinamico. E non sono riusciti neanche a mantenere il precedente minimo(grafico successivo).
Concludendo io penso che sul recupero e la tenuta di 8,93/96 le quotazioni potrebbero arrivare oltre, ma così facendo riuscirebbero a prendere più forza per scendere ancora. Sarebbe bellissimo se toccasse intraday l'obiettivo del canale e del box e recuperasse immediatamente il dinamico sulla semi log che per la prossima ottava passa a quota 8,15 (successiva 8,06). E' questo quello che mi aspetto. Vedremo.

Grazie per la dedica dell'avatar...oh...si...adesso si...questo mi piace!!
Ciao :)

Hetty Green 05-03-06 20:50

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Nvtl

BigNick 06-03-06 22:03

ciao Hetty, grazie per il grafico, l'ho studiato bene, e mi son fatto aiutare anche da Max Anima Buona, se non ho capito male, tu fai due ipotesi

1) recupero sino a 8,93/96 e forse oltre per poi ridiscindere con più forza

2) spike al ribasso fino in area 7 e recupero per riprendere l'uptrend sempre nel canalone ribassista weekly

giusto ? :confused:

Hetty Green 06-03-06 23:01

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Originalmente inviato da BigNick
ciao Hetty, grazie per il grafico, l'ho studiato bene, e mi son fatto aiutare anche da Max Anima Buona, se non ho capito male, tu fai due ipotesi

1) recupero sino a 8,93/96 e forse oltre per poi ridiscindere con più forza

2) spike al ribasso fino in area 7 e recupero per riprendere l'uptrend sempre nel canalone ribassista weekly

giusto ? :confused:

Si Big giusto!

BigNick 07-03-06 07:47

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Originalmente inviato da Hetty Green
Si Big giusto!

olè ! :)

piano piano qualcosa imparo anch'io
grazie

mb 1942 08-03-06 08:09

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Io che amo le speculazioni di breve, quando ho visto il grafico non ho saputo resistere: sono entrato sull'ipervenduto a 8,19 in fase di stagnazione con bassi volumi. Credo in una ripresa a breve anche se ancora l'A.T. non dà troppe conferme: dal grafico a 3 mesi si nota che il prezzo non ha ancora nemmeno tagliato l'EMA a 10 gg dal basso verso l'alto ..... Comunque ci credo ed il mio cippino ce l'ho messo.

mb 1942 08-03-06 08:15

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Dimenticavo: RSI ancora in ipervenduto e grafico che si muove nella parte inferiore delle bollinger bands.

Se tanto tanto esce anche una news positiva, si vola.

;)

BigNick 16-03-06 19:20

[QUOTE=Hetty Green]Ecco questo è il grafico come impostato quando me ne parlò Max (eravamo dove c'è il pallino blu). Si, i prezzi non hanno raggiunto la down trendline nè l'obiettivo del box che corrisponde quasi allo statico. Ho aggiunto una parallela del canale che tocca le shadows. Per la prossima ottava i livelli delle trendlines passano rispettivamente per quota 7,08(line) e 4,93(shadow - non penso proprio che ci arrivi).
Big l'ipervenduto del daily segnala un pullback del gap tra 9,27 e 8,92 ovvero segnala che il titolo potrebbe portarsi più precisamente tra quota 8,93/96, ma non credo ci troviamo ancora al punto d'inversione. Spero vivamente di sbagliarmi ma la scorsa ottava i prezzi hanno reagito semplicemente perchè è stato toccato un livello dinamico. E non sono riusciti neanche a mantenere il precedente minimo(grafico successivo).
Concludendo io penso che sul recupero e la tenuta di 8,93/96 le quotazioni potrebbero arrivare oltre, ma così facendo riuscirebbero a prendere più forza per scendere ancora. Sarebbe bellissimo se toccasse intraday l'obiettivo del canale e del box e recuperasse immediatamente il dinamico sulla semi log che per la prossima ottava passa a quota 8,15 (successiva 8,06). E' questo quello che mi aspetto. Vedremo.
QUOTE]

ciao Hetty, a quanto pare siamo arrivati a quota 8,96, ma sembra non riesca a tenere, dobbiamo quindi aspettarci il peggio ?

grazie

MaxVaro 16-03-06 23:01

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Ciao Bruno,
ti metto grafo daily a 1 anno, grezzo, non come quelli di Hetty... ;)

Per ora ultimo min, a 8.06 tiene e gli oscillatori rsi e MACd sono in uscita da ipervenduto e stanno risalendo.... certo è presto x dire se inizia una risalita o è solo un piccolo rimbalzo quello delle ultime sedute.... cmq a 8.84 e 8.54 ci sono dei minimi precedenti e quindi sono dei livelli di resistenza e supporto importanti.

Io se tiene 8.5-8.54 manterrei, eventualmente taglierei una parte se perde questo livello e il resto se perde anche 8.06 (allora dovrebbe finire sui 7.08 ipotizzati da Hetty)

Finchè rimane sopra ci sono buone probabilità che si avvicini al livello di chiusura dell'ultimo gap (9.27)

P.S. in effetti come hai notato la candela di oggi ha lasciato un po'.... l'amaro in bocca, visto ke ha toccato 8.99 e poi è ridiscesa.... cmq una strategia bisogna darsela ed allora fissiamo dei livelli.

Notte e... ripigliati! ;)

BigNick 17-03-06 19:28

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Ciao Bruno,
ti metto grafo daily a 1 anno, grezzo, non come quelli di Hetty... ;)

Per ora ultimo min, a 8.06 tiene e gli oscillatori rsi e MACd sono in uscita da ipervenduto e stanno risalendo.... certo è presto x dire se inizia una risalita o è solo un piccolo rimbalzo quello delle ultime sedute.... cmq a 8.84 e 8.54 ci sono dei minimi precedenti e quindi sono dei livelli di resistenza e supporto importanti.

Io se tiene 8.5-8.54 manterrei, eventualmente taglierei una parte se perde questo livello e il resto se perde anche 8.06 (allora dovrebbe finire sui 7.08 ipotizzati da Hetty)

Finchè rimane sopra ci sono buone probabilità che si avvicini al livello di chiusura dell'ultimo gap (9.27)

P.S. in effetti come hai notato la candela di oggi ha lasciato un po'.... l'amaro in bocca, visto ke ha toccato 8.99 e poi è ridiscesa.... cmq una strategia bisogna darsela ed allora fissiamo dei livelli.

Notte e... ripigliati! ;)

leggo solo ora, grazie Anima Buona Max,

allora tengo ancora e vediamo cosa vuol fare, pronto a uscire a rottura dei livelli indicati

ciao

BigNick 20-03-06 21:24

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MR. PUDWILL HORST J è uno che crede nel futuro della società :D

BigNick 24-03-06 21:51

sembrerebbe voler riprovare a superare i 9 $

:rolleyes:

BigNick 27-03-06 20:50

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Originalmente inviato da BigNick
sembrerebbe voler riprovare a superare i 9 $

:rolleyes:

Pare ci sia riuscita :)

nel frattempo è uscita una news:

http://investor.novatelwireless.com/...leaseID=191291

Novatel Wireless Updates on EV-DO Rev A PC Card; Pre-Commercial Units Delivered Ahead of Schedule

SAN DIEGO, Mar 27, 2006 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today announced the development of the Merlin 720 EV-DO (Evolution Data Optimized) Rev A (Revision A) PC Card for next-generation broadband wireless services. After making live EV-DO Rev A data calls several weeks ago, the company has delivered working pre-commercial units to leading operators to support future global CDMA network upgrades.

Novatel Wireless' second generation EV-DO PC Card will enable downlink speeds up to 3.1Mbps (Megabits per second) and uplink up to 1.8Mbps. This is approximately eleven times faster uplink than the currently deployed EV-DO networks. CDMA Revision A technology also incorporates quality of service controls to manage latency on the network. With the Merlin 720, operators will be able to introduce advanced multimedia data services, including data and broadcast over all IP networks. Commercial shipments of the Merlin 720 are currently expected to begin in the third quarter of 2006.

"Our delivery of pre-commercial Merlin 720 PC Cards ahead of schedule demonstrates our commitment to leading the way in our core PC Card market, while simultaneously diversifying into additional markets," said Peter Leparulo, CEO of Novatel Wireless. "We look forward to even further expanding our position as the market leader in EV-DO PC Cards in North America as we migrate to Rev A with the Merlin 720."

BigNick 27-03-06 23:06

Un occhio anche allo short interest
 
che risulta in calo ..

BigNick 29-03-06 19:57

Apre in gap up
 
subito chiuso, probabilmente sulla notizia:

Qualcomm Seen As Best Way To Play 3G
David Ng, 03.29.06, 9:34 AM ET

The wireless handset market looks set for a strong 2006, with Qualcomm leading the way as the best stock for investors to play 3G migration, according to a report from Cowen & Co.

The research firm expects the global wireless handset to grow 14% year-over-year in 2006, thanks to demand for certain popular 2G handsets and the push into 3G.

"We believe 3G will hit an inflection point this year, propelled by the ability to provide high-bandwidth services and the availability of compelling devices," wrote Cowen analyst Matthew Hoffman in a Tuesday report.

The analyst said he prefers Qualcomm (nasdaq: QCOM - news - people ) as the best way to gain exposure to the 3G migration on the device side. He said Motorola (nyse: MOT - news - people ) has solid near-term fundamentals, with the company gaining market share in the first quarter. Also benefiting is data card maker Novatel Wireless (nasdaq: NVTL - news - people ), which is leveraging HSDPA and mobile PCs.
"3G uptake is still one of the most controversial topics in the industry," said Hoffman. "We believe adoption will be rapid and that the roll-out's breadth is underappreciated by the market."

The analyst reiterated "outperform" ratings on Qualcomm, Motorola and Novatel. Elsewhere in the sector, he maintained "neutral" ratings on Sierra Wireless (nasdaq: SWIR - news - people ) and Brightpoint (nasdaq: CELL - news - people ).

BigNick 29-03-06 20:47

altra notiziuola
 
http://www.tgdaily.com/2006/03/28/wi...adband_speeds/


Wireless throughput for notebooks at broadband speeds, at CTIA next week
Scott M. Fulton, III
March 28, 2006 21:34

Washington (DC) - One of the most heavily anticipated demonstrations at the CTIA Wireless conference next week will feature notebook computers utilizing the next generation of EV-DO wireless connections to receive and transmit data at broadband speeds. With a new class of Evolution Data-Optimized (EV-DO) Rev. A PC Cards, completely mobile computers could become self-contained uplink stations, transmitting data at up to eleven times the current speed of EV-DO "Rev. 0," if demos planned by Novatel Wireless and others are successful.

As Novatel's vice president of business development, Brad Weinert, told TG Daily, the company is working to make "pre-production" versions of its Merlin 720 EV-DO Rev. A card, available to carriers probably by September, for integration by those carriers into their service plans before the end of the year. Weinert said Merlin 720 will increase downlink speeds from EV-DO's current 2.4 Mbps to Rev. A's projected maximum of 3.1 Mbps, though he cautioned that this only translates to a perceived download acceleration of only a few hundred kilobits per second. What will sell Rev. A, said Weinert, is the uplink capacity, which will increase from Rev. 0's 384 Kbps to as high as 1.8 Mbps. Perceived uplink speeds should increase, he said, to as high as 600 Kbps, from the almost phone-modem-like speeds users put up with today.

The speed boost, Weinert believes, will make EV-DO for notebooks more appealing to carriers such as Verizon Wireless, who is likely to provide news on the upgrading of its EV-DO network infrastructure next week at CTIA Wireless. Up to now, he explained, VoIP service on EV-DO has been accomplished via Skype, which while effective to a moderate extent, places users in a position where they're "completely at the mercy of the performance of the network, and how many other users that are logged in." With significantly boosted two-way throughput, he added, carriers may see the benefits of offering video and voice conferencing services with guaranteed quality tiers, perhaps with multiple QoS levels. "There's a more robust product that's going to be available for the carriers to ultimately charge more money for, or to have more service plans for," he said.

In addition to carrier-based service offerings, Weinert said, notebook manufacturers - among them, most specifically, Dell - are likely to announce service bundling for the first time, combining their top-tier notebook brands with Verizon EV-DO and Novatel PC Cards. Though pricing data is not yet official, expect EV-DO service charges to cost customers $60/month, he predicted, with Verizon knocking down the price of the card by half to $99 with a one-year pre-paid service contract. Although Novatel cards will be available on the open retail market, he also predicted, "you won't see a lot of retail sales for the card without a service plan, because it doesn't make a lot of sense when you can get it for free from Sprint or Verizon. They're buying it down, basically."

The one potential monkey wrench in the EV-DO rollout plan concerns Lucent Technologies, which is the technology provider for EV-DO networks for both Verizon and Sprint. Earlier this week, Lucent verified it is in acquisition talks with French telecom company Alcatel, which could potentially wrest claim to the technology heritage of the old Bell Laboratories. Alcatel is no stranger to working with Novatel; however, Alcatel's European wireless infrastructure is currently based on High-Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA), which is a competitor standard to EV-DO in France and throughout Europe. Whether Alcatel would be willing to carry on EV-DO development, including Rev. A, is unclear, as it and Lucent have gone silent on nearly all public comments this week.

BigNick 30-03-06 22:22

Sprint Extends Mobility Leadership with Aggressive Broadband Network Expansion

Over half of U.S. population covered in first phase
190 million coverage targeted by year-end '06
First-to-market Revision A migration plans for 2007 service
Devices available 3Q have CTIA Show preview

Media Contact:
John Polivka, 972 405-5139
john.m.polivka@sprint.com

Overland Park, KAN. — 03/30/2006

Sprint (NYSE: S) today announced aggressive plans for the expansion and evolution of the Sprint Power Vision(SM) network which now covers over half of the U.S. population with mobile broadband data services. By year end 2006 the high-speed wireless network is expected to reach an estimated 190 million people nationwide and in Puerto Rico, making it the largest mobility network of its kind. Sprint will concurrently implement second-generation technology upgrades later this year known as EV-DO Revision A, to bring additional mobility benefits to users beginning in 1Q 2007. Sprint plans to reach about 220 million people in the U.S. with the advanced network by the end of 3Q '07.

Sprint today has the most wireless broadband coverage of any carrier. Sprint mobile broadband services, which run on the Sprint Power Vision network, cover over 150 million people and serve customers in 215 communities with at least 100,000 population, as well as 470 airports across the country. Users currently access various audio, video and data applications with handheld and connection-card devices at average download speeds equivalent to DSL (400-700 kbps and peak speeds up to 2 Mbps). With the evolution to EV-DO Revision A, users will experience downloads and uploads up to 10 times faster. "Sprint is a mobility services company and mobile broadband leader," remarked Kathy Walker, Chief Network Officer. "We plan to extend that lead through a complete overlay of our Sprint EV-DO network with Revision A technology by the end of 3Q 2007, to provide customers an enriched mobile multimedia experience."

Sprint will demonstrate EV-DO Revision A connection card technology at the CTIA Wireless Show in Las Vegas (booth 1439) with industry partners Nortel, Novatel Wireless and Sierra Wireless. Sprint will market EV-DO Revision A compatible connection cards in the third quarter of 2006, which work on the current Revision O network until next-generation service is broadly available in the first quarter 2007 to about 214 million people.

"Sprint has an aggressive plan for mobile broadband service leadership, by broadening their footprint and deploying advanced technology that drives mobility," commented Gene Signorini, Director, Wireless/Mobile Enterprise Solutions at Yankee Group. "This announcement keeps Sprint in the forefront in meeting the demand for mobility services. Given the importance of high speed data services as a revenue source, this is a bold and rewarding move."

With Revision A technology, peak download data rates increase to 3.1 Mbps (from 2.0) and peak upload data rates increase to 1.8 Mbps (from 144 kbps). Average download speeds improve to 450-800 kbps (from 400 -700) and average uplink speeds become 300 - 400 kpbs (versus 70 - 144 kpbs). The faster data rates can enable richer applications and services such as high-speed video telephony, music on demand, video messaging, large file uploads and high performance push-to-talk capability.

"This aggressive move by Sprint should further accelerate the company's momentum in wireless broadband services," said Bob Egan, Director, Emerging Technologies, TowerGroup. "Enterprises and consumers alike have an insatiable appetite for network access availability, speed and quality. This is an important move by a company who is very serious about raising the industry bar and meeting the important and dynamic requirements of its business and consumer constituencies," Egan said.

The power of Sprint networks make it best positioned to deliver unmatched mobility products and services for customer solutions. Wireless broadband customers can currently access the mobility network with the Sprint PCS Vision Smart Device (PPC 6700) and Sprint PCS Connection Cards Novatel Wireless 620, Sierra Wireless 580 and PC 5740. Panasonic Toughbook PC models (18, 29 and 73) also have embedded EV DO Sprint Power Vision capability for Sprint network access. Consumer data devices include Sprint Power Vision phones from Samsung (A900 and A920) and the MM 7500 by Sanyo.

Additional information on Sprint's Mobile Broadband network and access devices can be found at www.sprint.com/wirelesshighspeeddata.

BigNick 31-03-06 22:48

http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/...-Upgrade.xhtml

Sprint Nextel Readies 3G Upgrade
By Jennifer LeClaire
www.TechNewsWorld.com
Part of the ECT News Network
03/31/06 9:58 AM PT

Sprint mobile broadband services, which run on the Sprint Power Vision network, already cover over 150 million people. Sprint plans to reach about 220 million people in the U.S. with its advanced network by the end of the Q3 2007.

Sprint Nextel (NYSE: S) on Thursday announced aggressive plans for the expansion of its 3G network, which now covers over half of the U.S. population with mobile broadband data services.

By the end of 2006, the high-speed wireless network is expected to reach an estimated 190 million people nationwide and in Puerto Rico, making it the largest mobility network.

"Sprint is a mobility services company and mobile broadband leader," said Sprint Chief Network Officer Kathy Walker. "We plan to extend that lead through a complete overlay of our Sprint EV-DO network with Revision A technology by the end of Q3 2007, to provide customers an enriched mobile multimedia experience."


2G Upgrades
Walker is talking about Sprint's plans to concurrently implement second-generation technology upgrades later this year to bring additional mobility benefits to users beginning in the first quarter of 2007.

Users currently access various audio, video and data applications with handheld and connection-card devices at average download speeds equivalent to DSL. With the evolution to EV-DO Revision A, the company said its customers will experience downloads and uploads up to 10 times faster.

The faster data rates can enable richer applications and services such as high-speed video telephony, music on demand, video messaging, large file uploads and high performance push-to-talk capability.

Aggressive Plans
Sprint mobile broadband services, which run on the Sprint Power Vision network, already cover over 150 million people. Sprint plans to reach about 220 million people in the U.S. with the advanced network by the end of the third quarter of 2007.

Sprint has an aggressive plan to achieve mobile broadband service leadership by broadening its footprint and deploying advanced technology that drives mobility, according to Yankee Group'sGene Signorini, director, wireless/mobile enterprise solutions.

"This announcement keeps Sprint in the forefront in meeting the demand for mobility services. Given the importance of high-speed data services as a revenue source, this is a bold and rewarding move," Signorini said.

A Word From Competitors
Of course, Sprint, with its Power Vision Network, is not the only player in the next-generation wireless network game. Its competitors are also readying to grab market share for 3G services, along with the ancillary revenues.

Verizon Wireless boasts coverage for 150 million people around the country with its EV-DO network and is planning its own EV-DO Revision A. The company hasn't yet announced when it plans to roll out the upgrade. Meanwhile, Cingular has plans to expand its higher speed coverage to most major U.S. metropolitan areas this year.

"Everyone is moving in a race to get consumers onto the faster networks and take advantage of those enhanced services, so look to continue to see more of these types of announcements in the future. It will be interesting to see what the competition announces next week [at the] CTIA Wireless Show," JupiterResearch analyst Michael Gartenberg told TechNewsWorld.

Building Momentum
Sprint is getting an early jump on competitive announcements. It plans to demonstrate EV-DO Revision A connection card technology at the Las Vegas show with industry partners Nortel (NYSE: NT), Novatel Wireless (Nasdaq: NVTL) and Sierra Wireless (Nasdaq: SWIR) .

This aggressive move by Sprint should further accelerate the company's momentum in wireless broadband services, said Bob Egan, director of emerging technologies, TowerGroup.

"Enterprises and consumers alike have an insatiable appetite for network access availability, speed and quality," Egan noted. "This is an important move by a company who is very serious about raising the industry bar and meeting the important and dynamic requirements of its business and consumer constituencies."

BigNick 04-04-06 21:46

http://investor.novatelwireless.com/...leaseID=191967

Novatel Wireless Announces Additional OEM Design Win; Company's Embedded 3G Wireless Technology Now Available Through Leading Laptop Manufacturer

SAN DIEGO, Apr 04, 2006 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today announced that it continues to lead the OEM market for next-generation 3G wireless technology, with the notification of an additional OEM design win for its HSDPA technology and the current initial availability of its embedded technology through one of the world's leading laptop manufacturers. Currently, the company is working with a total of nine mobile computing platform providers who are bringing to market wirelessly-enabled devices based on the company's PCI Express Mini Card products.

"Last week was another important milestone for Novatel Wireless, with another design win and the first initial availability of our embedded wireless solutions through one of the world's premier laptop manufacturers," stated Peter Leparulo, chief executive officer at Novatel Wireless. "According to In-Stat/MDR, laptop manufacturers are projected to ship over three million laptops with embedded wireless modems by the end of 2007. To lead this market, Novatel Wireless is in the midst of one of the most disciplined research and development efforts in its history -- an effort that we believe will dramatically expand the company's addressable market. While we have recently started shipping our first OEM products in limited quantities, the real impact of our investments won't be felt until the second half of the year, as we roll into volume with our initial partner and make our first shipments to other Tier-1 OEM partners."

"The company is now in various stages of commercializing our OEM technology into a total of 20 different laptop models, most of which are currently scheduled for final certifications and wide commercial launches beginning in the second half of 2006 and continuing through the beginning of 2007," stated Dr. Slim Souissi, chief technology officer and vice president of research and development at Novatel Wireless. "Our research and development team is commercializing multiple technologies across many of these laptop models, bringing the total to 35 different wireless laptop configurations that Novatel Wireless currently has in various stages of development, integration and certification with our OEM partners and at leading carriers worldwide."

The Company's design wins include several generations of both HSDPA and EV-DO standards, including HSDPA 1.8 Mbps, HSDPA 3.6 Mbps, EV-DO Phase 0 and EV-DO Rev A technologies.

"Our ability to win business on next-generation HSDPA and EV-DO technologies points to our distinct competitive advantages and strategy for leading the OEM market," added Mr. Leparulo. "Over two years ago, we focused the Company on offering both UMTS/HSDPA and EV-DO based technologies and building proven relationships with leading operators in Europe and the United States. We expected that Tier-1 OEMs planning worldwide launches would select a technology partner who had not only development expertise in both UMTS/HSDPA and EV-DO standards, but also experience in certifying and supporting both North American and European operators. In PC Cards, we have certified UMTS/HSDPA technologies at approximately 24 operators worldwide, mostly in Europe and North America, and in EV-DO we believe we have the dominant market share at North American operators. Our success in accomplishing these goals places us in a unique market position with a unique value proposition to laptop manufacturers, and has been a crucial factor in establishing our leadership in the OEM market. We believe this competitive advantage will continue through the near term and are working hard to leverage our current market position and initial supplier advantage by best serving our customers, forming next-generation technology partnerships and customizing our integration efforts to each of our OEM partners."

jean geddes 05-04-06 09:38

Form 8-K for NOVATEL WIRELESS INC

4-Apr-2006

Change in Directors or Principal Officers


Item 5.02. Departure of Directors or Principal Officers; Election of Directors; Appointment of Principal Officers

(b) On March 29, 2006, Mr. Mark Rossi, the Chairman of the Company's Board of Directors since January 2003 and a Director of the Company since December 1999, provided the Company's Corporate Secretary with notice of his resignation from the Board effective as of such date. Mr. Rossi's resignation was not due to any disagreement with the Company concerning its operations, policies or practices.

BigNick 05-04-06 21:05

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Form 8-K for NOVATEL WIRELESS INC

4-Apr-2006

Change in Directors or Principal Officers


Item 5.02. Departure of Directors or Principal Officers; Election of Directors; Appointment of Principal Officers

(b) On March 29, 2006, Mr. Mark Rossi, the Chairman of the Company's Board of Directors since January 2003 and a Director of the Company since December 1999, provided the Company's Corporate Secretary with notice of his resignation from the Board effective as of such date. Mr. Rossi's resignation was not due to any disagreement with the Company concerning its operations, policies or practices.

grazie del contributo Jean, non mi meraviglierei se trà un po' se ne andasse anche mr. PUDWILL HORST J che insieme a Rossi è stato uno dei principali insiders seller negli ultimi mesi, ne hanno venduto una paccata di azioni i bastardoni :D

BigNick 06-04-06 20:54

Novatel Wireless and Panasonic Announce Deal to Embed Novatel Wireless 3G Modems in Toughbook Computers
Thursday April 6, 8:00 am ET
Agreement Begins with Novatel Wireless EU730 HSDPA Modem to Be Integrated Into Panasonic(R) Toughbook(R) Notebook Computers


LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--April 6, 2006--Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL - News), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, and Panasonic Computer Solutions Company today announced that they have joined forces to embed Novatel Wireless 3G mini-PCI Express modems within Panasonic® Toughbook® notebook computers.
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Initially, Novatel Wireless' embedded Expedite EU730 HSDPA modems will be integrated into select fully-rugged and semi-rugged Panasonic Toughbook notebook computers. Certification for use on North American networks is expected to be achieved in the near future.

The parties are also working together to integrate Novatel Wireless 3G modems within additional Panasonic Toughbook products for the European and North American markets, with an expected launch late in 2006.

With Novatel Wireless' Expedite EU730 module, Toughbook users will receive a top-of-the line wireless broadband computing solution that enables users to stream high-speed audio and video, as well as download data-intensive files and multimedia applications. Business travelers will have secure access to emails and other mission-critical corporate data stored behind firewalls, at speeds up to 1.8 Mbps. This will further enhance mobile and remote worker productivity across a variety of industries, including the federal government, transportation, utilities, telecommunications, public safety and in the increasingly mobile SMB market.

"Organizations are embracing wide area wireless connectivity through the combination of expanded data networks, improved modem technology and reliable Panasonic Toughbooks designed to stand up to the tests of mobility," said Victoria Obenshain, director of strategic wireless, Panasonic Computer Solutions Company. "Our customers are at the forefront of wireless computing and we will continue to offer flexible solutions through agreements with leaders like Novatel Wireless."

"Being selected by Panasonic as a key provider of embedded 3G modules is a testament that Novatel Wireless provides the highest-quality and most reliable wireless broadband solutions available today," said Peter Leparulo, chief executive officer for Novatel Wireless. "We are excited to break new ground and enhance our strategic partnership with an industry leader like Panasonic and very pleased to confirm them as one of the leading mobile computing providers with whom we have been working. We look forward to delivering unmatched quality in laptops with the most advanced embedded module solutions."

Panasonic Toughbooks are engineered to provide access to all current wireless technologies, including CDMA 1xRTT, GSM/GPRS, EDGE, HSDPA and EV-DO. They utilize the Intel® Centrino(TM) chipset for seamless connectivity to local networks and can be configured with Bluetooth(TM) technology for connectivity to local printers, headsets and networks. Panasonic also offers a three year standard warranty and 24/7/365 support services, assuring its customers experience maximum uptime and productivity.

The Novatel Wireless Expedite EU730 operates on 850 and 1900 MHz UMTS/HSDPA networks in North America. The PCI Express Mini Card, a form factor specification of the Expedite EU730, is standard in most notebooks, providing quick and easy integration, and minimizing space on the laptop motherboard. This enables platform manufacturers to reduce integration costs and maintain external slots for other functions. The modem is backward compatible to 850, 900, 1800 and 1900 MHz Enhanced Data Rate for Global Evolution (EDGE), General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) and Global System for Mobile Communication (GSM) networks for wireless data access worldwide.

http://www.toughbook-europe.com/ITA/toughbooks_home.aspx?M=1767|784|4|1

BigNick 06-04-06 21:55

heilà, che ne dite di questo candelone ?

Hetty Green 06-04-06 23:13

Era il 30 marzo..

"Il gap può considerarsi ancora non chiuso poichè spesso viene considerato il corpo delle candele. Di conseguenza la prossima resistenza (oltre 9,27) si trova a quota 9,56, primo supporto 9 / 9,03 ma quello fondamentale ora passa a 8,83. "

Sai che considero il close e il più basso è stato a quota 8,82...se mi concedi qualche tick... Credevo sarebbe stata più forte ma le previsioni contano poco. Meglio guardare ai risultati in base a ciò che si ritiene fondamentale. E per quest'ottava credo sia tutto ok no?
Per la prossima? Non lo so...vedremo dopo la chiusura di domani.

Un caro saluto

MaxVaro 06-04-06 23:28

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Beh Nick, ha già detto tutto Hetty, no?! ;)

Un salutone ad entrambi.... sono in pigiama con 1 1/2 occhi già chiusi..... 'notte!

P.S. x Big: domani provo a sentire quel barbone del Lucià x gli auguri.... in ritardo..... d'altronde se nn arrivassi tardi non sarei + il Varo, no?! :D

MaxVaro 06-04-06 23:42

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Ciao Bruno,
ti metto grafo daily a 1 anno, grezzo, non come quelli di Hetty... ;)

Per ora ultimo min, a 8.06 tiene e gli oscillatori rsi e MACd sono in uscita da ipervenduto e stanno risalendo.... certo è presto x dire se inizia una risalita o è solo un piccolo rimbalzo quello delle ultime sedute.... cmq a 8.84 e 8.54 ci sono dei minimi precedenti e quindi sono dei livelli di resistenza e supporto importanti.

Io se tiene 8.5-8.54 manterrei, eventualmente taglierei una parte se perde questo livello e il resto se perde anche 8.06 (allora dovrebbe finire sui 7.08 ipotizzati da Hetty)

Finchè rimane sopra ci sono buone probabilità che si avvicini al livello di chiusura dell'ultimo gap (9.27)

P.S. in effetti come hai notato la candela di oggi ha lasciato un po'.... l'amaro in bocca, visto ke ha toccato 8.99 e poi è ridiscesa.... cmq una strategia bisogna darsela ed allora fissiamo dei livelli.

Notte e... ripigliati! ;)

Lo avevi già "quotato" questo commento Big: nelel sedute successive NVTL ha perso il livello minimo che avevo indicato come primo "stop", ovvero 8.5, ma se lo è riconquistato 1-2 sedute dopo, e poi non lo ha + testato

Ora troverà una bella serie di resistenze statiche, date dai vari min. e Max relativi precedenti (9.98 - 10.28 - 10.76 - 11.24 - 11.64 - 11.81 e via dicendo...): li passerà o no?!

Io butterei l'occhio essenzialmente su 3 cose:

1) incremento dei volumi: quella di oggi è una bella candela come prezzi, ma i vol. sono inferiori alla media delle 2 sedute precedenti dove era scesa forte... deve fare meglio

2) 10.28 è un minimo precedente bello tosto:il suo recupero credo costituirà un buon segnale di forza

3) MACD>0 ed RSI>50: segnali BULL sugli oscillatori.. da confermare nelle sedute successive

Adesso stacco davvero! ;)

BigNick 07-04-06 20:04

un grazie a Hetty e un grazie a Anima Buona, sempre presenti e disponibili :)

nonostante la giornataccia del nasdaq sembra tenere, apre in gap up ma lo chiude subito e si riprende , vediamo se in chiusura rimane sopra la resistenza segnalata da Hetty

ciao :)

BigNick 10-04-06 21:34

Novatel is working with Sprint on a USB EVDO Modem.
 
http://www.evdoinfo.com/Events/CTIA_...m_20060407720/


a leggere qui sembra che NVTL stia lavorando a un modem EVDO usb 2.0 compatibile con Mac OS X (leggi Apple)

inoltre qui http://wwww.tuaw.com/2006/04/08/mac-evdo-card-in-may/ si parla di una express card di Novatel sempre per il mondo Mac, e più precisamente per il MacBook Pro, chiedo aiuto a SkyKnight e altri Apple Men o Girls per aiutarmi nelle ricerche

BigNick 10-04-06 21:41

e questa invece è di oggi e parla sempre di express card
 
Novatel Wireless Delivers Samples of World's First EV-DO and HSDPA ExpressCards
Monday April 10, 8:00 am ET


SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--April 10, 2006--Novatel Wireless (Nasdaq: NVTL - News), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today announced the development of the industry's first EV-DO (Evolution Data Optimized) and HSDPA (High Speed Downlink Packet Access) 3G external PCI ExpressCards/34, also known as external ExpressCards. The company has delivered pre-commercial samples of both its EV-DO and HSDPA ExpressCards, which are being developed pursuant to agreements and purchase orders from the company's principal customers - laptop manufacturers and major carriers.
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Roughly half the size of standard PC Cards, Novatel Wireless' ExpressCards are being developed for mobile computing and support USB 2.0 and PCI Express applications. ExpressCards are designed to be a compact, high-speed and cost-effective solution, and more than 50 platforms from major laptop manufacturers are expected to offer external ExpressCard slots. Many new notebooks either will support both PC Card and ExpressCard form factors or only the ExpressCard form factor. Novatel Wireless' EV-DO ExpressCards will enable subscribers to access EV-DO networks at speeds up to 2.4 Mbps (Megabits per second), and its HSDPA ExpressCards will enable subscribers to access HSDPA networks at speeds up to 3.6 Mbps, in each case through external ExpressCard slots. In addition, the EV-DO ExpressCards are backward compatible with CDMA 1X networks, and the HSDPA ExpressCards are backward compatible with WCDMA networks, allowing uninterrupted use outside of a 3G coverage area.

"Novatel Wireless is focused on offering large carriers and laptop manufacturers several unique value propositions," said Peter Leparulo, CEO of Novatel Wireless. "Our customer base includes the leading European and North American wireless operators, and we now believe that Novatel Wireless has the largest number of design wins with key laptop manufacturers for our embedded solutions. Our product portfolio includes PC Cards, embedded solutions and fixed mobile convergence solutions that span across both EV-DO and UMTS/HSDPA technologies. No competitor can offer these benefits to carrier and OEM customer channels, giving us a distinct competitive advantage."

"Our ExpressCard development further enhances our leadership and demonstrates our close working relationship with both key operators and notebook manufacturers. With another form factor in our product portfolio spanning both major technologies, we become more important as a partner of choice in our key markets," added Leparulo.

Novatel Wireless has the broadest EV-DO and HSDPA data product portfolio in the marketplace, including PC Cards, mini-PCI modules and Ovation consoles. The diversified global product portfolio addresses the mobile enterprise market, the embedded laptop market and the fixed / mobile convergence market. The company's Merlin PC Cards have been sold by 41 operators in 32 countries throughout Asia, Africa, Australia, Europe, the Middle East and North America.

SkyKnight 13-04-06 16:29

Credo che la transizione, lenta ma inarrestabile, verso una piattaforma basata su intel stia creando diverse opportunita' per Apple e per tutta una serie di Societa' che possono pensare di investire in questa transizione scommettendo su un argamento del bacino d'utenza.

Non ero a conoscenza di questa intenzione da parte di NVTL. Resta da capire se l'utenza Macintosh crescera' in maniera sufficiente per giustificare questo investimento di tempo e risorse che, immagino, siano state giudicate da NVTL spendibili perche' destinate al successo (altrimenti perche' farlo?).

Di sicuro, gli operatori telefonici, o comunque i provider di connessione a banda larga, potranno, sposando questa linea di NVTL, offrire un prodotto anche su piattaforma Mac. I primi a poter offrire questa possibilita', se non altro nell'ottica di prestigio di un completamento dell'offerta ai clienti, saranno coloro che hanno gia' un accordo con NVTL.

bye by Ste` :bow:

BigNick 17-04-06 11:53

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Credo che la transizione, lenta ma inarrestabile, verso una piattaforma basata su intel stia creando diverse opportunita' per Apple e per tutta una serie di Societa' che possono pensare di investire in questa transizione scommettendo su un argamento del bacino d'utenza.

Non ero a conoscenza di questa intenzione da parte di NVTL. Resta da capire se l'utenza Macintosh crescera' in maniera sufficiente per giustificare questo investimento di tempo e risorse che, immagino, siano state giudicate da NVTL spendibili perche' destinate al successo (altrimenti perche' farlo?).

Di sicuro, gli operatori telefonici, o comunque i provider di connessione a banda larga, potranno, sposando questa linea di NVTL, offrire un prodotto anche su piattaforma Mac. I primi a poter offrire questa possibilita', se non altro nell'ottica di prestigio di un completamento dell'offerta ai clienti, saranno coloro che hanno gia' un accordo con NVTL.

bye by Ste` :bow:

ciao Stè, curiosando su Maccitynet ho trovato la pagina che riporta la notizia, si parla di disponibilità a partire da agosto, inizialmente con i driver per windows, ma in seguito anche per Mac OS X:

http://www.macitynet.it/ilmiomac/aA24325/index.shtml

Dagli USA una scheda modem HSDPA in standard ExpressCards/34

Per i nomadi digitali, i professionisti sempre in viaggio, per coloro che abbisognano di una connessione alla rete sempre e dovunque, la futura tecnologia HSDPA e l'attuale ExpressCards/34, si fondono in una scheda modem per il collegamento ad altissima velocità sui MacBook Pro.
di Giuseppe De Maso Gentile
( 13-04-2006 )

C'è un elemento in comune tra il colorato iMac Bondi Blue del 1998 e il modernissimo MacBook Pro, nato ben otto anni dopo. Non stiamo, ovviamente, parlando del cuore del computer, mutato da PowerPC a Intel, bensì dell'essere una di quelle rare macchine di "rottura", dall'appeal così forte da poter permettere il lusso di osare quel qualcosa in più.
Così come il primo iMac azzurro-verde dava l'addio a porte seriali e periferiche SCSI, analogamente il MacBook Pro rompe un binomio, da sempre sottinteso quando si tratta di portatili: spariscono le porte PCMCIA in luogo delle più moderne schede nello standard ExpressCard/34, vanificando gli investimenti in periferiche eventualmente acquistate.

Ma la tecnologia guarda freneticamente avanti, per cui dagli Stati Uniti arriva la notizia di una delle prime schede con questo form-factor. Novatel ha presentato la prima ExpressCard avente funzioni di modem per il prossimo standard HSDPA, l'evoluzione dell'UMTS, avente velocità stimate di tre o quattro volte superiori a quelle raggiungibili oggi.
"Merlin X620" è la denominazione di tale scheda, che si differenzia dai precedenti modelli (oltre che per la forma), anche per un'antenna di tipo flip-up capace di migliorare la qualità del segnale di 0.5 dB. Ciò si traduce in un immediato guadagno di 100 kbps di banda, rispetto al passato ed, in generale, in una migliore ricezione del segnale anche in aree scarsamente coperte.

La velocità massima raggiungibile è dichiarata essere di 3.6 Mbps su rete HSDPA e, per quanto i tempi appaiano lunghi, relativamente all'adozione di questo nuovo standard di telefonia nel nostro paese, il produttore afferma che una versione funzionante della scheda sarà disponibile dal mese di agosto.
Inizialmente nella confezione verranno inclusi i soli driver per Windows, rendendo successivamente disponibili quelli specifici per Mac OS X, in un secondo momento come download gratuito disponibile sul sito web della società.

BigNick 17-04-06 12:02

Merlin X620
 
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Merlin X620

BigNick 20-04-06 20:50

questa sera i risultati di Sierra Wireless
 
potrebbero condizionare l'andamento di Novatel.

marisagin 20-04-06 21:21

ragazzi per cortesia qualcuno puo' dirmi con chi conviene operare sul mercato americano in termini di costi ed efficienza ? io attualmente ho iw bank ma i costi mi sembrano elevati

BigNick 20-04-06 21:27

nel frattempo...
 
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oggi rompe la resistenza in area 9,72, ed esce dalla down trend in atto dal 7 dicembre 2005, con una bella candela bianca, peccato che i volumi siano bassi, chissà forse se superasse i 10 dollari.....

come vanno i vostri grafici ragazzi, sempre sintonizzati ?

ciao

BigNick 20-04-06 21:38

questa invece è Sierra Wireless
 
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che come ho già detto questa sera ci dà la trimestrale,

il movimento fatto nelle ultime tre settimane mi rende un po' perplesso

vedremo stasera cosa succede..

BigNick 20-04-06 22:41

Sierra sembrerebbe avere pubblicato un'ottima trimestrale
 
Sierra Wireless Reports First Quarter 2006 Results
Thursday April 20, 4:37 pm ET
TSX: SW Nasdaq: SWIR


VANCOUVER, April 20 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - Sierra Wireless, Inc. (NASDAQ: SWIR, TSX: SW) is reporting first quarter results.
Our results are reported in US dollars and are prepared in accordance with United States generally accepted accounting principles.


"Strong operational execution in the first quarter of 2006 continued to underpin a strong recovery in our business. During the first quarter, we ramped production and shipments of our new HSDPA AirCards to customers in North America and Europe, continued strong shipments of our AirCard580 for EV-DO networks and significantly expanded our embedded modules business with new design wins and growing shipments. Continued improvement in our AirCard and embedded modules business segments drove sequential quarterly revenue growth of 20% and revenue growth of 124% over the first quarter of 2005. Our improved revenue performance, combined with strong gross margins and good expense control, drove a higher than expected profit in the first quarter," said Jason Cohenour, President and Chief Executive Officer. While we are pleased with our results and the progress we are making with our business recovery, we also recognize that continued hard work and strong execution are required before we achieve the goals we have set for ourselves in terms of product line strength, market position and financial results."

Our revenue for the three months ended March 31, 2006 amounted to $45.2 million, gross margin was $16.7 million, operating expenses were $14.8 million and net earnings were $2.6 million. Our diluted earnings per share were $0.10 for the first quarter of 2006. Our balance sheet remains strong, with $101.7 million of cash, short-term and long-term investments.

BigNick 26-04-06 20:48

Bullish Mat Hold ?
 
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forse ma forse ?

MaxVaro 27-04-06 13:04

Il peggio sembra passato... sta ricostruendo una bella base di partenza.... risale senza strapponi

Valuterò di mettere una puntata "speculativa" se rimane sopra i 10$, con possibilità di incrementare se chiude gap e supera sma200 gg

Magari + tardi graficizzo un po'.... ora devo maggnareeee!!!!!

P.S. Ciao Big !!! ;)

BigNick 27-04-06 20:12

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Il peggio sembra passato... sta ricostruendo una bella base di partenza.... risale senza strapponi

Valuterò di mettere una puntata "speculativa" se rimane sopra i 10$, con possibilità di incrementare se chiude gap e supera sma200 gg

Magari + tardi graficizzo un po'.... ora devo maggnareeee!!!!!

P.S. Ciao Big !!! ;)

uellah !!

ciao Anima Buona, stai attento che il 9 c'è la trimestrale, occhio a non farti male

http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/060424/20060424005605.html?.v=1

;)

MaxVaro 27-04-06 21:40

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Finchè tiene la rialzista blu è OK... ho messo un paio di medie exp che mi pare possano essere d'aiuto

Oscillatori ora stanno entrando in ipercomprato, ma vista l'inclinazione e la regolarità con cui sono saliti, non vedo correzioni troppo violente nell'immediato, cmq direi di fissare un livello di stop sui 9.5-9.6

Un buon segnale attualmente è la tenuta della statica a 10.28 (min. precedente Ago'05)

Per ora non mi muovo, e sono anche un po' "tirato" coi tempi....

A presto, un salutone! ;)

BigNick 08-05-06 20:52

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un grazie a Max per il grafo,

oggi Swir (COncorrente di Novatel) stà piazzando quasi un 10% su questa notizia:

Shares of Sierra Wireless Higher As Analyst Raises Price Target on Strong PC Card Momentum


NEW YORK (AP) -- Shares of Sierra Wireless Inc., a maker of modems for wireless communication, climbed Monday as an analyst raised his price target because of continuing sales momentum for the company's top-selling PC card.
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Sierra shares gained $1.91, or 10 percent, to $20.87 in midday trading on the Nasdaq.

Piper Jaffray analyst Amit Kapur cited the company's Sierra Wireless AirCard 860 as the top-selling HSDPA (high-speed downlink packet access) PC card at Cingular Wireless.

Kapur also said the HSDPA momentum at Cingular should provide better impetus as Sierra regains nationwide market share and re-enters Western European 3G wireless phone markets.

Kapur expects significant earnings leverage during 2007 and opportunities to gain PC card market share over the next 12 to 18 months as HSDPA networks are launched by carriers.

"With the EV-DO Rev A AirCard 595 expected to launch in the third quarter, next generation HSDPA products expected to launch in the second half of 2006 and continued ramp of its OEM module design wins with laptop OEMs, we expect strong growth for the company during the second half of 2006 and 2007," Kapur said in a note to clients.

Kapur was also encouraged by the company's agreement with Swisscom Mobile to launch HSDPA products, which he expects to drive growth during the second half of 2006 and 2007.

Kapur maintained his rating of "Outperform" and increased his price target to $23 from $19.


se tutto questo si traduce in mancate vendite per Novatel (Perdita di quote di mercato) sono stracapzi, domani sera la trimestrale, allego grafico comparativo delle due azioni da un anno a questa parte, se invece riflette una forza del mercato wireless in generale, allora si potrebbe anche fare bene domani, tenendo conto anche della forza dell'euro in questi ultimi mesi

chi se la sente di fare un analisi tecnica del momento ?

grazie

MaxVaro 08-05-06 22:15

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in bocca al lupo Big! ;)

non sono entrato: debbo stare all'occhio su quello ke ho e non sono molto "connesso" tra lavoro, allergia e altro... limitare i danni e ogni tanto piazzare la stoccata vincente! ;)

graficamente deve recuperare alla svelta 10.28 e rimanere sopra, allora torna ad essere bella x il long

se cede è importanta che mantenga i 9.21 dell'ultimo "storno", altrimenti probabile che se ne torni a 8.5 e poi... all'ultimo minimo !

non credo accadrà ma.... meglio considerare ogni evenienza ed agire di conseguenza, no?! ;)

'notte Amigo! :D

BigNick 08-05-06 22:21

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in bocca al lupo Big! ;)

non sono entrato: debbo stare all'occhio su quello ke ho e non sono molto "connesso" tra lavoro, allergia e altro... limitare i danni e ogni tanto piazzare la stoccata vincente! ;)

graficamente deve recuperare alla svelta 10.28 e rimanere sopra, allora torna ad essere bella x il long

se cede è importanta che mantenga i 9.21 dell'ultimo "storno", altrimenti probabile che se ne torni a 8.5 e poi... all'ultimo minimo !

non credo accadrà ma.... meglio considerare ogni evenienza ed agire di conseguenza, no?! ;)

'notte Amigo! :D


sono daccordo, meglio sempre aspettarsi il peggio, grazie Anima Buona, buona notte, un salutone a Hetty se la senti

BigNick 09-05-06 22:11

Trimestrale
 
Novatel Wireless Reports First Quarter Results; First Quarter Revenues Increase 24% Year over Year

SAN DIEGO, May 09, 2006 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today reported financial results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2006.

Revenues for the first quarter were up 24% to $40.2 million versus revenue of $32.3 million reported in the same period last year. First quarter GAAP net loss was $1.3 million or $0.05 per diluted share. This compares to GAAP net income of $2.7 million or $0.09 per diluted share in the prior year period. The Company's 2006 first quarter GAAP results reflect the adoption of Statement of Financial Accounting Standards No. 123R resulting in the expensing of $2.2 million of non-cash share-based compensation, or $720,000, net of tax benefit. Excluding the effect of these charges, the non-GAAP net loss was $626,000 or $0.02 per diluted share.

"We have established clear leadership in the EV-DO wireless PC card market as EV-DO revenues continue to expand to record levels," commented Peter Leparulo, Novatel Wireless' Chief Executive Officer. "While HSDPA revenues also grew by 30% sequentially, this was more than offset by a significant drop in legacy UMTS revenues. We expect these general trends to continue in the second quarter -- impressive strength in EV-DO balanced by a continued drop in revenues for legacy products. More importantly, we expect the second quarter will set the stage for a strong increase in revenues and profits in the second half of the year as we introduce important new products across all three prongs of our growth strategy: PC wireless data cards, embedded solutions and fixed-mobile convergence."

"At the end of the first quarter, we shipped our first embedded solutions to the world's largest laptop manufacturer and are seeing building momentum for the embedded market among consumers, wireless operators and OEMs," added Mr. Leparulo. "Over the last year, we have solidified our leadership position in this market and now expect to ramp to volume with six mobile computing platform providers by the end of the year who are bringing to market wirelessly-enabled devices based on the Company's PCI Express Mini Card products. Our success in the embedded market will be complemented by a number of important new product introductions in the third quarter, including next generation EV-DO Rev A products, the launch of the ExpressCard form factor and a new generation of our innovative Ovation line of multimedia application consoles."

Recent highlights include:

-- In April, the Company announced the development of the industry's first EV-DO (Evolution Data Optimized) and HSDPA (High Speed Downlink Packet Access) 3G external PCI ExpressCards/34, also known as external ExpressCards. The Company has delivered pre-commercial samples of both its EV-DO and HSDPA ExpressCards, which are being developed pursuant to agreements and purchase orders from the Company's principal customers -- laptop manufacturers and major carriers.

-- Also in April, the Company announced with Panasonic Computer Solutions that they have joined forces to embed Novatel Wireless 3G mini-PCI Express modems within Panasonic(R) Toughbook(R) notebook computers. Initially, Novatel Wireless' embedded Expedite EU730 HSDPA modems will be integrated into select fully-rugged and semi-rugged Toughbook notebook computers.

-- Earlier in April, the Company announced the appointment of Brad Weinert to the position of Chief Operating Officer. Prior to his promotion as COO, Brad Weinert was Vice President of Business Development at Novatel Wireless -- responsible for developing new business relationships, particularly in the embedded market for mobile computing with high volume laptop manufacturers.

-- The Company also announced that it has developed the Merlin 720 PC Card and the Expedite 720 Mini Card, CDMA2000 1xEV-DO (Evolution Data Optimized) Revision A (Rev A) wireless broadband modems, to support future global CDMA network upgrades. Novatel Wireless' second generation EV-DO PC Card and embedded modems will enable downlink speeds up to 3.1Mbps (Megabits per second), and uplink up to 1.8Mbps. This is approximately eleven times faster uplink than the currently deployed EV-DO networks.

"First quarter gross margins and bottom line results were impacted by the drop in sales and product margins for our UMTS products," explained Dan Halvorson, Novatel Wireless' Chief Financial Officer. "During the quarter, we were effective at controlling expenses, decreasing operating expenses by over $670,000 when compared to the immediately preceding quarter. Moving forward, we will continue to see an impact in the second quarter from the drop in UMTS revenues and product margins and will increase R&D spending in advance of the expected roll-out of a number of new products in the third quarter. Considering these factors, we are currently forecasting second quarter revenues in the range of $40 to $42 million with a net loss in the range of $0.02 to $0.04 per share on a non-GAAP basis, which excludes the effect of the adoption of Statement of Financial Accounting Standards No. 123R for share-based compensation expense. As we introduce new products and ramp to volume with some of the largest laptop vendors in the world, we expect our sequential growth to accelerate in the second half of the year, as we return to solid bottom line profits."

Novatel Wireless will host a conference call for analysts and investors to discuss its quarterly results today at 4:30 p.m. ET. A live Web cast of the conference call will also be accessible from the "Investor Relations" section of the Novatel Wireless Web site (www.novatelwireless.com). Following the live Web cast, an archived version will be available on the Novatel Wireless Web site.

dagoweb 10-05-06 15:48

Sembra che sia piaciuta la trimestrale, sopratutto la frase che ho evidenziato :)

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Novatel Wireless Reports First Quarter Results; First Quarter Revenues Increase 24% Year over Year

SAN DIEGO, May 09, 2006 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today reported financial results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2006.
-- cut --
As we introduce new products and ramp to volume with some of the largest laptop vendors in the world, we expect our sequential growth to accelerate in the second half of the year, as we return to solid bottom line profits."

Novatel Wireless will host a conference call for analysts and investors to discuss its quarterly results today at 4:30 p.m. ET. A live Web cast of the conference call will also be accessible from the "Investor Relations" section of the Novatel Wireless Web site (www.novatelwireless.com). Following the live Web cast, an archived version will be available on the Novatel Wireless Web site.


BigNick 10-05-06 21:51

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Sembra che sia piaciuta la trimestrale, sopratutto la frase che ho evidenziato :)

hola Dago ! :)

e che dovranno mantenerle le promesse però ;)

oggi per un attimo si è riportata sopra la media 200, niente gap aperti da chiudere

dagoweb 10-05-06 22:22

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hola Dago ! :)

e che dovranno mantenerle le promesse però ;)

oggi per un attimo si è riportata sopra la media 200, niente gap aperti da chiudere

Dal basso delle nostre conoscenze in at ( :D ) non eravamo andati troppo lontano dall'individuazione del punto di reversal ;)
http://www.finanzaonline.com/forum/s...&postcount=228

BigNick 10-05-06 22:27

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Dal basso delle nostre conoscenze in at ( :D ) non eravamo andati troppo lontano dall'individuazione del punto di reversal ;)
http://www.finanzaonline.com/forum/s...&postcount=228

non mi hai più detto se mi hai fatto compagnia però

dagoweb 10-05-06 22:32

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non mi hai più detto se mi hai fatto compagnia però

Sono solo chiacchiera e distintivo :D

Sulla teoria vado bene ( l'esame lo passerei ) ma quando passiamo alla pratica ... casca l'asino :)

BigNick 10-05-06 22:38

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Sono solo chiacchiera e distintivo :D

Sulla teoria vado bene ( l'esame lo passerei ) ma quando passiamo alla pratica ... casca l'asino :)

azzz e io che speravo di aver trovato un compagno di viaggio :(

BigNick 14-05-06 20:50

Novatel XV620 ExpressCard
 
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Questa potrebbe essere la scheda che può risollevare le sorti di Novatel, la prima scheda broadband wireless in formato ExpressCard, le concorrenti di Novatel, Sierra e Option non hanno ancora niente di simile per cui è ancora monopolio, la cosa forse più interessante può essere il mercato Apple, i nuovi MacBooks infatti adottano già le ExpressCard/34 a discapito dei vecchi slot pcmcia ( http://www.macitynet.it/ilmiomac/aA23556/index.shtml ) , importante per il fatto che Apple potrebbe anche inserire un modulo embedded come già stanno facendo gli altri grossi produttori di notebook (Acer, Dell, Toshiba, Lenovo ecc..)

http://www.macitynet.it/macity/aA24325/index.shtml


http://www.evdoinfo.com/EVDO_Product...d_20060410730/

This is Novatel's first ExpressCard/34 Solution. This card is expected to be available in late May/June 2006 time frame. We are expecting this to first be available on the Verizon network (note the name is identical to the V620, except for the X in front - which indicates that this is a V620 in the ExpressCard format). We are also hearing that Dell is acquiring this product too and will be calling it the "Dell Wireless 5700 EVDO ExpressCard" and also making it available around the same time.

We are expecting Mac OS X drivers to be available for the MacBooks at the same time these cards are available. We expect Sprint's version of this card to be called the XS620.

This may be the same card that Dell ships with their ExpressCard based laptops.

The XV620 does have a flip up antenna and in the 34 millimeter ExpressCard format.

MaxVaro 15-05-06 20:31

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Gap da chiudere a 11.81

Prossime resistenze prima di tentare il "riaggancio" al gap sono tutte concentrate tra 11.41 ed 11.64 (c'è di tutto in mezzo: statiche, dinamiche, medie mobili....)

Non sono esperto in questi movimenti, ma credo che un bel segnale di forza sarebbe forzare tutto al rialzo con un bel gap-up (e questo è un titolo a cui piace aprire in gap...)

BigNick 15-05-06 22:58

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Gap da chiudere a 11.81

Prossime resistenze prima di tentare il "riaggancio" al gap sono tutte concentrate tra 11.41 ed 11.64 (c'è di tutto in mezzo: statiche, dinamiche, medie mobili....)

Non sono esperto in questi movimenti, ma credo che un bel segnale di forza sarebbe forzare tutto al rialzo con un bel gap-up (e questo è un titolo a cui piace aprire in gap...)

in effetti un gap up a chiudere il gap down sopra i 12$ sarebbe davvero un bel segnale di forza :bow:

grazie Max !
:)

BigNick 23-05-06 20:20

inizia la presentazione di novatel alla Annual JPMorgan Technology Conference
 
Novatel Wireless to Present at 34th Annual JPMorgan Technology Conference; Presentation to be Webcast Today at 2:20 p.m. PT

SAN DIEGO, May 23, 2006 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Novatel Wireless (Nasdaq:NVTL) today announced participation in the following event with the financial community:

34th Annual JPMorgan Technology Conference

Presentation Date: Today -- Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Time: 2:20 p.m. PT

Presenter: Peter Leparulo, Chief Executive Officer

Location: Westin St. Francis, San Francisco, CA



Interested parties can log into this event by accessing the URL below clicking on the 34th Annual Technology Conference link and then selecting the Company's name from the list. This URL will also be accessible from the "Investor Relations" section of the Novatel Wireless Web site (www.novatelwireless.com): http://equityconferences.jpmorgan.com.

BigNick 24-05-06 21:35

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hola Max, siamo a ridosso della trend discendente e della sma 200, se chiude sui massimi potrebbe diventare interessante, che ne dici

BigNick 24-05-06 22:11

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hola Max, siamo a ridosso della trend discendente e della sma 200, se chiude sui massimi potrebbe diventare interessante, che ne dici

ha chiuso ancora sotto per un pelo, mi sà che è tutto rimandato a settimana prossima..

BigNick 25-05-06 20:51

Non sono più solo !
 
:) :) :) :) :)

MaxVaro 25-05-06 21:13

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Big, le donzelle sono un po' timide a volte, lo sai no... ;)

Quindi il commento dell' Esperta te lo giro io, ma ci tengo a precisare che non è farina del mio sacco
(x tua fortuna...): nè per il grafico, nè per il commento.


" L'analisi su scala semi-logaritmica ci segnala un'inversione del downtrend (2004)
ma per contro le quotazioni non riescono a mantenersi nel canale rialzista di
medio.
Una flessione, un rallentamento compresso in un box, che ci fornisce con la sua
banda inferiore un supporto a 10,81 e quotazioni che appaiono sostenersi su un
livello che corrisponde ad un rintracciamento del 61,8 di fibonacci dell'ultimo
movimento al rialzo a quota 11,38.

Il canale di breve tracciato sul grafico line ci segnala la perforazione
della trendline il cui pullback avverrebbe a quota 14,10.
Stessa situazione considerando le shadows (tratteggiata fuxia), il cui
recupero avverrebbe con quotazioni che si portano sopra 13,07
(weekly ma oggi passa comunque per lo stesso livello domani 13,10).
La successiva resistenza corrisponde alla banda superiore del box a
quota 14,51 circa.

In generale il grafico comunica mancanza di direzionalità e segnali
contrastanti che invitano ad una posizione flat. Le figure di continuazione che
appaiono in entrambi i grafici confermano quanto suddetto poiché sull' up-trend
invertono il movimento e perfezionano l'obiettivo al ribasso.

L'analisi logaritmica non fornisce particolari indicazioni.
L'aroon accenna un cross che segnala debolezza ma parliamo di un grafico settimanale.
In pratica...siamo in un box e non ci sarebbe da dire altro, ma per
cercare di anticipare quale sarà il movimento basterà seguire i livelli weekly
(ovvero lo scarto di tanti altri sul daily, ma mi pare che qui è una
questione di "permanenza nel medio termine" e non di scalping, giusto?).

Non resta che attendere la rottura di una delle due bande di opposizione
e vedere con quale incisività si muoveranno le quotazioni. I rispettivi
obiettivi (up e down) corrispondo in linea di massima con il canale al ribasso per cui a meno di un
incisivo movimento dei prezzi in corrispondenza dell' up
o down trendiline il titolo rimarrebbe nella norma.
( spero up e che il prezzo corrisponda a quello di entrata). "

Riguardati i grafici di Hetty a pag. 21.....

sta rientrando dentro al box che va da 10.8 a 14.5 (ca.)

in precedenza, quando ruppe il box con i vari gap-down, arrivò in area 8$ di min., con un TP ipotizzato da Hetty in area 7$ (mica male, no?!)

MaxVaro 25-05-06 21:19

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metto un weekly "lillipuziano" e senza righe.... x stasera accontentati! ;)

cmq te la cavi + che bene con i tuoi quanto a medie e oscillatori....

approfondiremo nel w-end, per ora sono felice di farti compagnìa! :D

BigNick 25-05-06 23:19

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metto un weekly "lillipuziano" e senza righe.... x stasera accontentati! ;)

cmq te la cavi + che bene con i tuoi quanto a medie e oscillatori....

approfondiremo nel w-end, per ora sono felice di farti compagnìa! :D

PORTERAI MICA SFIGA NEH ? :D :D

aspetto i tuoi approfondimenti ;)

BigNick 25-05-06 23:22

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metto un weekly "lillipuziano" e senza righe.... x stasera accontentati! ;)

cmq te la cavi + che bene con i tuoi quanto a medie e oscillatori....

approfondiremo nel w-end, per ora sono felice di farti compagnìa! :D

cazzarola, nel tuo grafico ci vedo un "W" gli manca solo l'ultima barretta
(quella che arriva a $22)

BigNick 28-05-06 20:57

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metto un weekly "lillipuziano" e senza righe.... x stasera accontentati! ;)

cmq te la cavi + che bene con i tuoi quanto a medie e oscillatori....

approfondiremo nel w-end, per ora sono felice di farti compagnìa! :D

ciao Max, area 11,6 mi sembra un po' tosta da superare, prevedibile un riposino per prendere fiato ? ritorno in area 10,90 ?

MaxVaro 30-05-06 22:03

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ciao Max, area 11,6 mi sembra un po' tosta da superare, prevedibile un riposino per prendere fiato ? ritorno in area 10,90 ?

Già... così pare! stavolta ha "sentito" l'indice...

Sotto 11 supporti a 10.8 e 10.42 (lo stop lo metto a quel livello, quindi "largo" rispetto al mio entry)

P.S. ciao Big! ;)

BigNick 30-05-06 22:14

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ciao Max, area 11,6 mi sembra un po' tosta da superare, prevedibile un riposino per prendere fiato ? ritorno in area 10,90 ?

preciso preciso ;)

BigNick 02-06-06 16:24

Gli amici di Matrix Research ci dicono di vendere
 
Novatel Wireless downgraded by Matrix Research - Briefing

2-Jun-06 Matrix Research Downgrade Hold Sell

ma che bravi :no:

:p :p

BigNick 05-06-06 22:49

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Già... così pare! stavolta ha "sentito" l'indice...

Sotto 11 supporti a 10.8 e 10.42 (lo stop lo metto a quel livello, quindi "largo" rispetto al mio entry)

P.S. ciao Big! ;)

non porterai mica sfiga neh ? :D

stoppato o ancora dentro ?

BigNick 06-06-06 22:24

per gli esperti del WOlf
 
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sbaglio ho ha appena completato un Bearish Wolfe Wave ?

BigNick 28-06-06 19:59

stà scendendo di nuovo in area 8-9$, mi stò stancando, in questi giorni stò pensando seriamente di tagliarle, e sarebbe un bel fallimento :rolleyes:

BigNick 28-06-06 23:42

finalmente Apple rende disponibili i driver per le nuove schede Wireless
 
About the Mac OS X 10.4.7 Update (delta)

The Mac OS X 10.4.7 Update (delta) updates Mac OS X 10.4.6 to version 10.4.7 on both Intel-based Macs and PowerPC-based Macs. (If you are updating from Mac OS X 10.4, 10.4.1, 10.4.2, 10.4.3, 10.4.4, or 10.4.5 to 10.4.7, see this article instead.)

Important: Please read before installing.

* You may experience unexpected results if you have third-party system software modifications installed, or if you've modified the operating system through other means. (This does not apply to normal application software installation.)
* The installation process should not be interrupted. If a power outage or other interruption occurs during installation, use the standalone installer (see below) from Apple Downloads to update.
* If issues occur during installation--for example, Software Update quits unexpectedly, please see this article.

Installation

There are two ways to update to Mac OS X 10.4.7: Use Software Update or the standalone installer. You only need to use one of these methods to update your computer.
Automatic Software Update
Software Update, located in the Apple menu, will automatically download the latest Apple software. (Software Update might have linked you to this article to learn more about the update.) Note that the update's size may vary from computer to computer when installed using Software Update. Some updates must be installed prior to others, so you may need to run Software Update more than once to get all of the available updates.

Standalone installer
Download the update installer and run it manually. This a useful option when you need to update multiple computers but only want to download the update once. Two versions of the standalone installer are available from Apple Downloads: a delta and combo.

*

The delta update for PowerPC and Intel-based Macs installer (described here) updates Mac OS X 10.4.6 to 10.4.7.
* The combo update installer (described in this article) updates Mac OS X 10.4, 10.4.1, 10.4.2, 10.4.3, 10.4.4, 10.4.5, and 10.4.6 to 10.4.7.

Improvements

This update offers many improvements, including:
Mail

* Updates Help links within Mail alert messages so you are linked to useful content instead of a "No pages with your search words were found" page.
* Resolves a sync alert issue that could appear if Mail accounts were in different order on the different Macs that you were syncing.
* The Mail POP account option to "Remove copy from server after retrieving a message..." is no longer turned off after performing a sync with .Mac.
* POP accounts you create will no longer begin with the "Remove copy from server after retrieving a message..." preference setting turned off.
* Redirecting message to only a BCC: address no longer redirects the message to the original To: recipients as well.
* Improves results when retrieving IMAP messages with attachments over unreliable connections.
* Mail now supports connecting to mail servers through a SOCKS proxy.

iChat

* Improves compatibility for iChat when using a video input source that's connected to a third-party video card.
* Improves reliability when transferring files to or from AIM account users via iChat.
* Addresses an issue on PowerPC-based Macs that prevented video conferencing when not enough shared memory was available.
* Addresses potential causes of "insufficient bandwidth" alerts in iChat.
* If a conference doesn't start as expected, iChat will now offer to send a report to Apple for investigation.

Syncing

* Improves support for Motorola cell phones that sync via iSync and Bluetooth
* Addresses issues that could cause iDisk syncing to fail without alerting you or with a "Last sync failed" alert.
* iDisk syncs in progress are now more responsive to cancel requests.
* Shortens the time for cancellation of an iPod contact-and-calendar sync, if cancellation requested shortly after sync.
* Improves certain .Mac connection failure alerts that included misleading error messages.
* Resolves an issue in which the initial .Mac sync would fail if all data classes were selected to be synced (but future syncs would succeed).
* Addresses a number of issues related to .Mac syncing of tasks, bookmarks, and contacts.
* Addresses an issue for Mac OS X 10.4.6 in which you might not be able to sync via iSync 2.2 with Sony Ericsson k700i or S700i phones.

Finder and Apple applications

* Manually removing unwanted fonts from /System/Library/Fonts/ will no longer potentially cause Finder to unexpectedly quit.
* TextEdit will no longer unexpectedly quit if Helvetica fonts have been disabled in Font Book.
* You can now create compressed disk images larger than 60 GB.
* In iCal, a "Print Error while printing" alert message will no longer appear when creating a PDF with one of these options: Compress PDF, Encrypt PDF, Mail PDF, Save As PDF-X, Save PDF to iPhoto, or Save PDF to Web Receipts.
* Addresses issues that might prevent Sudden Motion Sensor information from appearing in System Profiler or other utilities.
* Addresses an issue in which some PDF files could be shifted to the right when printed from Safari.
* Resolves an issue in which, under certain circumstances in the Japanese language version of Mac OS X 10.4, the Add Bookmark command may not work in Safari.
* Addresses an issue in which Aperture 1.1 could unexpectedly quit while using full-screen mode.
* Improves reliability when rebuilding a problematic RAID 1 (mirror) set in Disk Utility.
* Disk Utility will no longer report unexpected messages after Adobe Illustrator CS2 or Photoshop CS2 are installed.
* Resolves an issue in which an error message might appear when attempting to print a document using the "Save PDF to iPhoto" option.
* Automator supports more file types, including JPEG, TIFF, and HTML, in the Filter Finder Items action.
* Automator supports more websites that require cookies and sessions, specifically those where the authentication is passed along with the URLs, in the Get Image URLs for Webpage, and Get Link URLs from Webpages actions.
* Improves responsiveness when dragging Automator actions in the workflow.
* Resolves an issue in which Soundtrack Pro may unexpectedly quit on PowerPC-based Macs after you analyze an audio file in the Waveform Editor by selecting Clicks and Pops.
* If you press the Kana key twice in a row while using the Kotoeri input method, the Finder and applications will no longer unexpectedly quit on Intel-based Macs.
* Addresses an issue in which iTunes, the Finder, or other applications could unexpectedly quit under certain circumstances while using Kotoeri input.

Third-party

* Adds support for Sierra wireless cards AirCard 580 (AC580), PC5220, and for the Novatel V620, S620, and U730 wireless cards for PowerBook computers.
* Improves compatibility for Adobe Photoshop CS2 by preventing menu items being highlighted if the cursor was in an image's zoom field.
* Improves compatibility for Microsoft Virtual PC—the installer application will no longer unexpectedly quit when performing an uninstallation.
* Prevents certain Adobe and Quark applications from unexpectedly quitting when saving a file to a non-Apple AFP server.

Networking and Xsan

* Addresses an issue that could cause files to be deleted when duplicating them in the Finder on a mounted AFP volume.
* Addresses an issue that could cause the error "Bad file descriptor" when using the cp command to copy a file to an AFP volume.
* Mac OS X 10.4 computers now respond to Layer 2 Multicast ARPs.
* Addresses an issue in which the configd process could take excessive CPU resources when a DHCP server sent a malformed DHCP response.
* The included Apple VPN client now supports group membership on Cisco VPN servers.
* Improves reliability of the lsof command on systems with a large amount of RAM installed.
* Resolves an issue that could cause Xsan clients to stop responding when accessing the SAN if an Xsan peer was rebooted.
* Increases the maximum number of vnodes on systems with 2 GB or more RAM to avoid an issue that could cause Xsan clients to become unresponsive when the vnode table became full.
* Resolves an issue using "Save As..." from certain Adobe applications to an Xsan volume reshared via AFP.
* The cp, mv and tar commands now pre-allocate space on Xsan volumes to avoid file fragmentation.
* Safari will no longer intermittently, unexpectedly quit if you use PAC (Proxy Auto Configuration) files.
* Addresses an issue in which Apple Remote Desktop clients could stop updating the admin's control screen.

Other

* Resolves an issue for Mac OS X 10.4.6 and PowerPC-based Macs in which some applications may silently fail to open, or you could see "error: can't fragload" when trying to open an application.
* Addresses an issue in which HTML files on a downloaded disk image might not be readable, and a "Safari cant find the file. No file exists at the address /private/tmp/..." alert appears, after Safari mounts the downloaded image.
* Resolves an issue that prevented users with Active Directory accounts from logging in if "Use UNC path from Active Directory" was enabled.
* Resolves an issue in which Intel-based Macs could not bind to Active Directory when multiple domain controllers are available.
* Adds RAW image support for these cameras: Olympus C7070, Olympus E330, Olympus E500, Minolta Dynax 5D, Minolta Maxxum 5D, and Pentax *ist DL.
* Addresses an issue that prevented the Apple USB Modem from receiving faxes on some computers.
* You can now verify whether or not a Dashboard widget you downloaded is the same version as a widget featured on (www.apple.com) before installing it.
* Includes recent Apple security updates.

BigNick 03-07-06 19:26

Interessante Articolo
 
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http://www.ndpta.com/WWANForecast.html

BigNick 05-07-06 09:47

I primi portatili Dell con scheda umts integrata, iniziano ad arrivare
 
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http://www1.euro.dell.com/content/pr...t&s=bsd#tabtop

HyperConnectTM con Dell
Il notebook Latitude D420 è dotato di connettività wireless elevata che consente di rimanere sempre operativi. Offre una scheda Wi-Fi a doppia banda, predisposta per il supporto delle reti 802.11 future e prevede un Wi-Fi CatcherTM che esegue la ricerca dei punti di accesso wireless e invia notifica quando ne rileva uno. Inoltre, grazie alle funzionalità integrate di banda larga mobile, è possibile collegarsi alle proprie risorse mediante le reti cellulari nazionali.3. In questo modo, è possibile rimanere produttivi in taxi, in aeroporto o dovunque si abbia necessità di lavorare.


speriamo ne vendano parecchi..

dagoweb 06-07-06 15:06

* Sembrano apprezzare :)
* Occhio pero' che non parlano di utili.
* Un saluto allo specialist del titolo Bignick !

AP
Novatel Wireless Lifts 2Q Sales Outlook
Thursday July 6, 6:47 am ET
Novatel Wireless Boosts 2Q Sales Outlook on Better-Than-Expected Revenue in Some Markets

SAN DIEGO (AP) -- Wireless equipment maker Novatel Wireless Inc. on Thursday boosted second-quarter sales guidance, citing better-than-expected revenue in some of its markets and stronger demand for its personal computer card modems.
The company said it now expects second-quarter sales of more than $44 million, compared with a prior forecast of revenue between $40 million and $42 million.

Analysts polled by Thomson Financial are looking for second-quarter sales of $41.3 million, on average.

"Our diversification strategy for new and existing product lines is resulting in higher-than-expected second-quarter sales driven by multiple revenue drivers in both EMEA and North American markets," Chief Executive Peter Leparulo said in a statement.

BigNick 06-07-06 20:55

grazie Dago, in effetti secondo me gli utili se arriveranno arriveranno nel terzo o quarto trimestre, già chiuso il gap up comunque

BigNick 06-07-06 21:12

Comunicato integrale
 
Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today announced that based on the Company's preliminary review, it expects revenues for the second quarter of 2006 to exceed $44.0 million, ahead of the Company's previous guidance of $40.0 million to $42.0 million. The Company plans to announce full financial results on July 26, 2006.

"Our diversification strategy for new and existing product lines is resulting in higher than expected second quarter sales driven by multiple revenue drivers in both EMEA and North American markets," said Peter Leparulo, Novatel Wireless' Chief Executive Officer. "During the second quarter, we commercialized our embedded solutions with leading OEMs, across both HSDPA and EV-DO technologies, in Europe and North America. This marks the first significant revenue contribution from embedded products."

"Demand for our leading PC card modems was also stronger than expected and we anticipate that HSDPA sales will eclipse UMTS sales for the first time, marking a key inflection point," added Mr. Leparulo. "Recently, we also introduced our EV-DO ExpressCards, making us first to market with this new technology and demonstrating our continued commitment to leading the market in innovation. Overall, we continue to focus on executing on plan and driving revenue streams in each prong of our diversification strategy."



al di là del valore dei revenues, mi sembrano interessanti tre cose:

1) Iniziano ad arrivare revenues dai moduli embedded (Vedi, Dell,Toshiba,Panasonic)

2) Le vendite relative all'HSDPA hanno superato quelle relative all'UMTS

3) Terza e ultima, ma secondo me molto importante, la commercializzazione della Epress Card EV-DO, primi e ancora unici al mondo a commercializzarla

cosa ne pensi Dago ?

dagoweb 07-07-06 22:04

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Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today announced that based on the Company's preliminary review, it expects revenues for the second quarter of 2006 to exceed $44.0 million, ahead of the Company's previous guidance of $40.0 million to $42.0 million. The Company plans to announce full financial results on July 26, 2006.

"Our diversification strategy for new and existing product lines is resulting in higher than expected second quarter sales driven by multiple revenue drivers in both EMEA and North American markets," said Peter Leparulo, Novatel Wireless' Chief Executive Officer. "During the second quarter, we commercialized our embedded solutions with leading OEMs, across both HSDPA and EV-DO technologies, in Europe and North America. This marks the first significant revenue contribution from embedded products."

"Demand for our leading PC card modems was also stronger than expected and we anticipate that HSDPA sales will eclipse UMTS sales for the first time, marking a key inflection point," added Mr. Leparulo. "Recently, we also introduced our EV-DO ExpressCards, making us first to market with this new technology and demonstrating our continued commitment to leading the market in innovation. Overall, we continue to focus on executing on plan and driving revenue streams in each prong of our diversification strategy."



al di là del valore dei revenues, mi sembrano interessanti tre cose:

1) Iniziano ad arrivare revenues dai moduli embedded (Vedi, Dell,Toshiba,Panasonic)

2) Le vendite relative all'HSDPA hanno superato quelle relative all'UMTS

3) Terza e ultima, ma secondo me molto importante, la commercializzazione della Epress Card EV-DO, primi e ancora unici al mondo a commercializzarla

cosa ne pensi Dago ?

Il fatto che continui ad essere l'unica ad avere determinati prodotti e' sicuramente positivo, ma continuo a pensare che il Mercato voglia avere delle rassicurazioni sul fronte degli utili.
Ho riguardato l'outlook che avevano dato ad inizio 2006 (primi 2q in perdita e ritorno all'utile dal terzo in poi), quindi, visto anche il movimento di ieri, direi che la voglia (e i volumi...) per farla salire ci sarebbe, credo che si giochera' tutto nell'outlook sui due quarter finali dell'anno, che daranno quando comunicheranno i dati del 2q (i suppose ...)

BigNick 09-07-06 08:48

XU870 HSDPA ExpressCard
 
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Seconda scheda in formato ExpressCard commercializzata da Novatel rivolta al mercato nord americano ed europeo, inizialmente configurata per una velocita di 3,6 MBps e aggiornabile una volta che i providers saranno pronti ad una velocità di 7,2 MBps ( :eek: ), Novatel rimane ancora l'unica società al mondo a fornire una scheda wireless in formato Express Card.

http://www.engadget.com/2006/06/23/n...card/#comments

US : Novatel Wireless announced it has begun initial pre-commercial shipments of its Merlin XU870 ExpressCard that is designed for both North American and European HSDPA networks.

The Merlin XU870 ExpressCard is a tri-band HSDPA/UMTS and quad-band EDGE/GPRS product that allows for worldwide roaming between HSDPA networks in North America and Europe. The Merlin XU870 ExpressCard will initially be configured for 3.6 Mbps data speeds and when mobile operators start providing 7.2 Mbps service, a software utility will be used to upgrade the card and boost its speed to 7.2 Mbps. The Merlin XU870 ExpressCard will allow new notebook platforms, with the ExpressCard slot, to take advantage of its performance and scalability for wireless broadband connectivity.

"The Merlin XU870 ExpressCard is our second external ExpressCard/34 solution for notebook platforms that either contain both PCMCIA and ExpressCard slots or only ExpressCard slots. By delivering our pre-commercial Merlin XU870 HSDPA ExpressCards for North American and European markets, ahead of schedule, we continue to demonstrate our commitment to leading the way in ExpressCard mobile broadband development," said Peter Leparulo, CEO of Novatel Wireless.

Commercial shipments of the Merlin XU870 ExpressCard are currently expected to begin in the third quarter of 2006.

BigNick 09-07-06 08:53

A breve un accordo con un operatore relativamente alla nuova XU870 HSDPA ?
 
http://www.engadget.com/2006/06/23/n...card/#comments

Novatel's XU870 HSDPA ExpressCard

Posted Jun 23rd 2006 4:29AM by Ryan Block
Filed under: Peripherals, Wireless
It's not exactly a mystery as to which US carrier would be interested in picking up an HSDPA ExpressCard, but now that we're finally starting to see these 3G devices announced (by Novatel, anyway), our appetites are whetted and we're sitting on our hands awaiting carrier announcements. Novatel's Merlin XU870, when snagged by Cingular (or T-Mobile Europe, or Vodafone, etc.) will serve as your basic tri-band HSDPA / UMTS / EDGE / GPRS device capable of 3.6mbps speeds out of the box, and future upgradeable to 7.2mbps (via software update as new HSDPA revisions roll out). In other words, please get us a few of these immediately, thanks.

BigNick 09-07-06 09:00

Merlin XV620 Wireless ExpressCard: Rumors su Vodafone Australia
 
http://www.apcstart.com/site/tgaden/...presscard-slot

How to fill that empty ExpressCard slot

* 7 July 2006
* Tim Gaden
* PC Hardware, Mac, Mobility, X Factor

expresscard.jpgMacBook Pro users, along with owners of many other brands of late-model laptop sick of staring at an empty ExpressCard slot, will soon be able to fill it with a new generation of cards in the final stages of developement or about to hit the market.

With no ExpressCard TV tuners yet on sale here, it seems that the most viable use for a high-speed ExpressCard slot in a laptop will be wireless broadband, with all the networks looking at hardware options in anticipation of hardware manufacturers phasing out PCMCIA.
While the new ExpressCard format was hyped at the launch of the MacBook Pro, Apple is not the first manufacturer to use it. A growing number of PC laptops also feature the slot (usually alongside a PCMCIA slot for backward compatibility).

The international standards body, PCMCIA (Personal Computer Memory Card International Association), which is overseeing the introduction of the cards estimates that 70% of the laptops introduced in 2006 will feature ExpressCard slots.

That’s good news for Apple users, as it builds the kind of market share manufacturers love.

The first cards are now on the market. The PCMCIA’s expresscard.org web site lists 19 products in its database, although not all of them are Mac-compatible.

For example, Firmtek’s SeriTek/2SM2-E enables Serial ATA connectivity to external drives at transfer speeds of up to 3Gbit/s.

novatelXV620.jpgMost of the action has been in the field of mobile wireless broadband, where Vodafone Australia looks set to jump the gun on other providers. It is ready to release Novatel’s ExpressCard modem at a price comparable to its existing PCMCIA modem ($299-399) in late August/early September. (It will release a USB modem at the same time, which will work with MacBooks).

Optus says, “Absolutely, we are looking at ExpressCards as a technology. However, we do not have a specific timeframe just yet.”

BigPond’s Ashley Baksa says that Telstra won’t be offering a EV-DO ExpressCard for its current BigPond Wireless service. Instead, the telco will offer “one for HSDPA 850MHz [Telstra’s special frequency 3G] as soon as it’s available”, probably in 2007. In the meantime, MacBook Pro users “will be provided the option of a USB or card-based solution when the new network is officially launched.”

Don’t bother looking in the Apple Australia web store, though. There are no ExpressCards listed there and it looks set to stay that way. “We have no agreements with regards to ExpressCards,” an Apple spokesperson said.

BigNick 11-07-06 21:48

http://investor.novatelwireless.com/...leaseID=203392

Novatel Wireless and Panasonic Equip Toughbooks with Highspeed, 3G Broadband Wireless Technology; Users of Toughbook Notebooks Can Connect Virtually Anywhere with Embedded 3G HSDPA Wireless Technology

SAN DIEGO & FRANKFURT, Germany, Jul 11, 2006 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Novatel Wireless (NASDAQ:NVTL), a wireless broadband solutions provider, and Panasonic Computer Products Europe today announced that they have joined forces to embed Novatel Wireless' Expedite EU740 PCI Express Mini Card Embedded Module in Panasonic's Toughbook CF-18 notebook computers. This development brings 3G HSDPA 2100 MHz technology to Panasonic notebook users in Europe.

Users of Panasonic's Toughbook CF-18 notebook computers embedded with Novatel Wireless' Expedite EU740 wireless module, will be able to stream high-speed audio and video, as well as download data intensive files and multimedia applications. Novatel and Panasonic will continue to work together to integrate Novatel's wireless 3G modules into other notebooks in the Toughbook product line.

"Expanding our strategic partnership with a leading laptop manufacturer, such as Panasonic, into Europe is another milestone for Novatel Wireless," said Peter Leparulo, chief executive officer for Novatel Wireless. "The ongoing success of our partnership reflects the healthy growth of the embedded module market worldwide and reconfirms Novatel Wireless' leadership position in the industry. Our mission is to continue delivering compact, reliable and cost-effective solutions to customers worldwide."

The Toughbook CF-18, commercially available in Europe immediately, is the first model available with the Expedite EU740 HSDPA/UMTS 2100MHz module. This product offers 3G connectivity with speeds up to 1.8 Mbps. The Expedite EU740 is also backward compatible on GSM, GPRS, and EDGE networks to allow for coverage in areas where HSDPA technology is unavailable.

Panasonic's Toughbook CF-18 notebook is a maximum-performance notebook PC that transforms into a handwriting-friendly tablet PC. It provides the user with the ability to take handwritten notes, mark and edit documents and draw diagrams, as well as convert handwriting to printed text.

"We recognise the need of our business customers for fast and reliable wireless connections while on the road or working in remote areas," said Dr Herbert Fischer, Chief Technical Officer at Panasonic Europe. "By embedding Novatel Wireless' modules into our platforms, we ensure that our notebooks feature the high-quality products Panasonic is known for. We look forward to further expanding our offering by including Novatel Wireless' modules in additional notebooks."

In the second half of 2006, additional models of the Toughbook will be available with optional 3G embedded modules. Novatel and The Toughbook CF-30 and CF-74 as well as the "Toughbook light" series (models T5/W5/Y5) will be the first notebooks in Panasonic's mobile computer range that will be available with Novatel embedded modules that support the wireless broadband modes HSDPA and EDGE.

BigNick 12-07-06 21:46

Ancora a ridosso della 200
 
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grafichino stile "Grecale" :D

BigNick 13-07-06 22:42

chiusura sopra la sma 200
 
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era ora ! :)

e si che la giornata non era proprio una delle migliori

BigNick 17-07-06 21:14

Trimestrale il 26 dopo la chiusura
 
http://investor.novatelwireless.com/...leaseID=203926

SAN DIEGO, Jul 17, 2006 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today announced that it will report its second quarter financial results on Wednesday, July 26, 2006 after the market close.

The Company will host a live conference call for equity analysts and investors to discuss its quarterly results at 4:30 p.m.

BigNick 24-07-06 22:33

Sma 200
 
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ritorna sopra la sma 200 con volumi quasi triplicati rispetto alla media degli ultimi giorni, rimane comunque sotto i massimi di periodo (11,80), media 13 in avvicinamento all'incrocio sulla 200, una candela così pulita NVTL non l'ha mai fatta nella sua storia, ancora tre giorni alla trimestrale....

angio 24-07-06 23:13

Citazione:

Originalmente inviato da BigNick
ritorna sopra la sma 200 con volumi quasi triplicati rispetto alla media degli ultimi giorni, rimane comunque sotto i massimi di periodo (11,80), media 13 in avvicinamento all'incrocio sulla 200, una candela così pulita NVTL non l'ha mai fatta nella sua storia, ancora tre giorni alla trimestrale....

.:bow: :yes: OK!

Grecale 25-07-06 12:12

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Ciao Bruno ;) , io la vedo cosi OK!

BigNick 25-07-06 21:35

grazie Grec ! :)

BigNick 26-07-06 20:22

tra meno di due ore la trimestrale
 
sperem :D

BigNick 26-07-06 22:07

Novatel Wireless Reports Second Quarter 2006 Results
 
Novatel Wireless Reports Second Quarter 2006 Results
Wednesday July 26, 4:02 pm ET
14% Sequential Revenue Increase Driven by Customer Adoption of Novatel's HSDPA and Embedded Solutions

SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 26, 2006--Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL - News), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today reported financial results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2006.

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Revenues for the second quarter increased 18% to $45.7 million compared to revenues of $38.6 million reported in the same period last year. Second quarter GAAP net income was $95,000, or $0.00 per diluted share, compared to $2.9 million, or $0.10 per diluted share, in the prior year period. Our 2006 second quarter GAAP results reflect the fiscal year 2006 adoption of Statement of Financial Accounting Standards No.123R resulting in the expensing of $2.4 million of non-cash share-based compensation, or $542,000, net of related taxes. Excluding the effect of these charges, non-GAAP net income was $637,000 or $0.02 per share. Previous guidance was for a net loss in the range of $0.02 to $0.04 per share on a non-GAAP basis.

"The success of our diversification strategy produced second quarter results that were ahead of expectations, with significant top- and bottom-line growth compared to the first quarter of 2006," said Peter Leparulo, chief executive officer of Novatel Wireless. "Our stronger than expected performance was driven by broad demand across a number of key growth categories. Sequentially, HSDPA revenue increased 78%, EV-DO revenue increased 13%, and EMEA revenue increased by 19%. Embedded solutions accounted for almost 10% of revenues in our first quarter of volume shipments to our first OEM partner. With the ramp of more new configurations and additional new OEM partners in the third quarter, we expect to see increased embedded sales throughout the second half of the year."

"Over the next three months, we plan to introduce best-of-breed products in each of the three prongs of our growth strategy: embedded solutions, wireless PC cards and fixed-mobile convergence," continued Mr. Leparulo. "This will require strong operational execution but should lead to even greater diversity of our revenue stream and a stronger base of business. We enter the third quarter with a record sales pipeline and will continue to work diligently to increase our positive momentum."

"The shift toward our next generation products provided higher-than-anticipated revenues and enabled sequential gross margin expansion," added Dan Halvorson, chief financial officer of Novatel Wireless. "Additionally, we were able to closely control expenses while continuing to invest heavily in product development, resulting in significant improvement to our bottom line ahead of schedule. Net income also benefited from foreign currency exchange gains of $964,000. Our balance sheet improved in all major categories. During the quarter, our cash balance increased by $10.2 million, even while paying down $5.0 million under our revolving credit facility, and we ended the quarter with $76.8 million in cash and investments or $2.59 in cash per share."

Third Quarter 2006 Outlook

The following statements are forward-looking and actual results may differ materially. Please see the section titled, "Cautionary Note Regarding Forward-looking Statements" at the end of this press release for a description of risks. Please see our quarterly and annual reports on file with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for a more detailed description of risk factors.

The following table summarizes our financial guidance for the period ending September 30, 2006. These estimates are based on our current business outlook as of the date of this press release.

Revenues $51 million - $53 million
GAAP Earnings Per Share, Diluted $0.00 - $0.01
Non-GAAP Earnings Per Share, Diluted $0.02 - $0.04

Second Quarter Highlights:

* Delivered commercial EV-DO ExpressCards to leading customers in North America.
* Delivered samples of HSDPA ExpressCards. Also announced that HSDPA PC Cards and Express Mini Cards Gained Global Certification Forum (GCF) compliance.
* Introduced the Novatel Wireless HSDPA ExpressCard/34 for North American and European markets and next generation 3.6 Mbps HSDPA ExpressCards with worldwide roaming. In addition, we announced the PCMCIA approval of the industry's first wireless broadband PCI ExpressCard using EV-DO technology.
* Participated with Dell in joint media coverage announcing EV-DO ExpressCard availability.
* Announced an agreement to integrate and embed Novatel Wireless HSDPA modules in Panasonic Toughbook notebook computers. In addition, we collaborated with Panasonic on the first joint UMTS/HSDPA certification on Cingular's wireless network.
* Strengthened our management team with the promotion of Brad Weinert to chief operating officer and the addition of Peter Balchin as general manager for Europe and Julie Cunningham as investor relations officer.
* Added two new broadband data access patents to Novatel Wireless' growing intellectual property portfolio, bringing the total patents awarded to date to 30.

dagoweb 27-07-06 12:18

In after ha perso qualcosa, immagino per l'outlook del 3°q non troppo aggressivo per quanto riguarda gli utili.

Ma direi che si e' rimessa in carreggiata, anche prima del previsto ...

BigNick 27-07-06 21:18

Citazione:

Originalmente inviato da dagoweb
In after ha perso qualcosa, immagino per l'outlook del 3°q non troppo aggressivo per quanto riguarda gli utili.

Ma direi che si e' rimessa in carreggiata, anche prima del previsto ...

ciao Dago, io rimango fiducioso sui prossimi due quarters e sul business della wireless broadband

vedremo

BigNick 27-07-06 22:58

intanto Sierra Wireless perde il 23% in after dopo la trimestrale

16:42 SWIR Sierra Wireless beats by $0.05; guides Q3 below consensus, issues Q4 expectations (16.25 )

Reports Q2 (Jun) earnings of $0.15 per share, $0.05 better than the Reuters Estimates consensus of $0.10; revenues rose 152.1% year/year to $55.2 mln vs the $52.2 mln consensus. Co issues downside guidance for Q3, sees EPS of $0.00 vs. $0.12 consensus; sees Q3 revs of $51 mln vs. $54.96 mln consensus. Co issues guidance for Q4, sees positive earnings; revs not less than $65 mln vs $ 61.8 mlnconsensus.

BigNick 06-08-06 18:59

Interessante articolo apparso su PC Magazine
 
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nell'articolo il test in anteprima della scheda ExpressCard/34 HSDPA XU870,

Novatel rimane ancora l'unica al mondo a commercializzare Schede Broadband Wireless in questo formato, ricordo che il MacBook Pro di Apple ha abbandonato le vecchie schede pcmcia a favore del nuovo formato express, speriamo che ne vendano una barcata ;)


http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,1895,1997112,00.asp

Novatel Wireless XU870
PREVIEW DATE: 08.01.06

By Sascha Segan

Wow. The first ExpressCard/34 for HSDPA, the Novatel Wireless's XU870, is a petite powerhouse of a card that makes the most of high-speed cellular networks. You can't buy it yet, but I hope you will be able to do so soon.

Owners of newer laptops from Apple, HP, Lenovo, and other firms using the ExpressCard/34 slot have been frustrated by the lack of high-speed Internet cards for their machines. The first card for Verizon's EV-DO network, the Wireless 5700 Mobile Broadband ExpressCard, came out earlier this month from Dell (but you can use it with non-Dell laptops as well). There's still no card for Sprint's EV-DO system or Cingular's HSDPA network.

Novatel's XU870 would, in theory, work with HSDPA networks like the one Cingular has launched (under the BroadbandConnect name) and the one that T-Mobile is said to be planning. I got an unbranded version of the card straight from Novatel and tried it out on Cingular's network in New York City.

The XU870 positively blazes. In tests in four different locations using an HP Pavilion dv5000t laptop with both ExpressCard and PC Card slots, the XU870 beat Novatel's own U730 PC Card on 15 out of 16 downloads. It averaged 736 Kbps and peaked at 1.06 Mbps. Three different transfers all came in over 1 Mbps, showing that the high speed wasn't a fluke.

The XU870 also got better reception than the U730, holding on to HSDPA signals in two tests when the U730 and an LG CU500 phone both dropped to the slower EDGE network. The XU870 and U730 didn't vary much on upload speeds, as Cingular caps its uplink at 128 Kbps, something both cards can easily handle.

The card is a beguiling little thing, too. It's long and thin, with a simple fold-up antenna and an LED light that turns different colors depending on whether you have a UMTS/HSDPA signal, an EDGE signal, or no signal. A tiny port on the side lets you add an external antenna for even better reception. The SIM card is easy to remove, so you can swap it between the XU870 and a phone. Novatel provided me with their own connection manager software, but that's not even worth talking about—when you buy the card (if you ever can), it will work with Cingular's or T-Mobile's software.

Even better, the XU870 will work outside the US, as it carries both the US-friendly 850 and 1900 MHz bands and the foreign 900, 1800, and 2100 MHz bands. A slew of European and Asian countries either have already activated HSDPA networks or will be turning them on later this year, and Cingular currently has an expensive but expansive service plan for HSDPA roaming.

The XU870 is Windows Vista–ready, according to Novatel. But the jury's still out on the key question: Does it work with a MacBook Pro? I couldn't get a loaner from Apple, so I tried slotting the card into a MacBook Pro at an Apple Store (under the watchful eyes of the staff). The system recognized it as a USB device, but Mac OS 10.4.7 didn't have drivers to handle it.

The XU870 from Novatel Wireless is a terrific little card for HSDPA networks. I hope Cingular feels the same and decides to start selling it soon.

BigNick 07-08-06 18:08

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Panasonic, Cingular Introduce Panasonic(R) Toughbook(R) CF-29 Notebooks With Built-In 3G-Based BroadbandConnect Service
Monday August 7, 10:00 am ET
New Panasonic Mobile Computer -- with Novatel Wireless Module -- First with Integrated Cingular UMTS/HSDPA Wireless Services for Public Safety Organizations

ORLANDO, Fla., Aug. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- APCO 2006 -- Panasonic Computer Solutions Company and Cingular Wireless today introduced the Panasonic Toughbook CF-29, the first Toughbook targeted to public safety with Cingular's 3G BroadbandConnect service built-in. The two companies announced the availability of the rugged, wireless clamshell notebook today at the APCO 2006 show in Orlando.

Using the Toughbook CF-29, public safety officers can wirelessly access criminal databases and other mission critical information at broadband speeds while sitting in their patrol cars when in UMTS/HSDPA-based BroadbandConnect coverage areas. The Toughbook 29 provides seamless, high-speed EDGE network coverage outside of those areas. In addition to public safety, the Toughbook 29 is ideal for military and commercial field environments.

UMTS/HSDPA is the global standard and natural 3G evolutionary path for GSM (Global System for Mobile Communication) providers with UMTS services already offered by 95 commercial networks in 45 countries, and an additional 67 networks in deployment, planned or licensed. GSM is the world's most popular wireless technology, which is used by more than 2 billion people in 210 countries.

Now, users of rugged Toughbook computers -- including the only fully rugged convertible tablet, the CF-18 -- will have the option for mobile broadband access in more than 60 BroadbandConnect cities, and seamless, high- speed EDGE network coverage in 13,000 additional cities and towns in the United States outside those areas. HSDPA/UMTS-certified Toughbooks will also have global wireless data capabilities with access to EDGE or GPRS data service in more than 100 countries.

"Law enforcement officers typically are involved in situations that require quick thinking and quick access to as much pertinent information as possible to ensure that the outcome is a safe one for them as well as the general public," said Laura Johnson, senior director, enterprise solutions, for Cingular Wireless. "The groundbreaking Panasonic Toughbook CF-29 integrated with Cingular BroadbandConnect gives these officers a reliable and fast way to get this mission critical information at their fingertips right in their patrol cars. And the fact that these devices can withstand rough treatment and harsh environments is important not only to public safety but also to our customers in the transportation, utilities, and telecommunications industries."

Toughbooks are engineered for maximum productivity. In addition to offering embedded access to 3G networks, Toughbook computers incorporate the Intel Centrino chipset for seamless connectivity to local networks and offer optional integrated GPS and Bluetooth technology. It features the Cingular- enabled Novatel Wireless (Nasdaq: NVTL - News) Expedite(TM) EU730 HSDPA PCI Express Mini Card Embedded Module to give Toughbook users a top-of-the-line wireless broadband computing solution that enables them to access the Internet or e- mail, download large files and attachments, and run corporate business applications at broadband speeds in areas covered by HSDPA-based BroadbandConnect. BroadbandConnect provides average download speeds between 400-700 kilobits per second (kbps), with bursts to more than one megabit per second (mbps). Cingular's EDGE network, the largest national high-speed wireless data network in the U.S., provides average download speeds of up to 135 kbps.

The Novatel Wireless Expedite EU730 module operates on 850 and 1900 MHz HSDPA/UMTS networks in North America. The PCI Express Mini Card, a form factor specification of the Expedite EU730 module, is standard in most notebooks, providing quick and easy integration and minimizing space on the laptop motherboard. This enables platform manufacturers to reduce integration costs and maintain external slots for other functions. The module is backward compatible to 850, 900, 1800 and 1900 MHz Enhanced Data Rate for Global Evolution (EDGE), and General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) for wireless data access worldwide.

Cingular's 3G network is available in more than 60 communities nearby the major markets of Austin, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Gary (Ind.), Las Vegas, Phoenix, Portland (Ore.), Salt Lake City, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose (Calif.), Seattle, Tacoma (Wash.) and Washington D.C. The company will expand its 3G network coverage area to most major markets by the end of 2006.

"Thanks to our close relationship with Cingular Wireless, we are able to quickly deliver high-performance mobile computing solutions designed for mission-critical applications like law enforcement," added Victoria Obenshain, director of wireless strategy, Panasonic Computer Solutions Company. "Based on this solid foundation, we look forward to achieving many more joint HSDPA/UMTS certifications across the full line of Toughbooks."

BigNick 08-08-06 12:44

QUesta non è una bella notizia, per chi produce schede 3g
 
bisogna vedere in quanti anni saranno pronti... :rolleyes:


Sprint seen choosing WiMax technology: report
Tuesday August 8, 6:10 am ET

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Sprint Nextel Corp. (NYSE:S - News) is expected to announce it is choosing the WiMax technology to build a new wireless Internet network in coming years, the Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday, citing people familiar with the matter.

Sprint's decision, which could be announced on Tuesday, would be a big win for backers of the new technology, such as Intel Corp. (NASDAQ:INTC - News). and Motorola Inc.(NYSE:MOT - News), and a setback for wireless company Qualcomm Inc. (NASDAQ:QCOM - News), which backs a rival technology, the article said.

WiMax can spread a wireless Internet signal over several miles and is a longer-range version of the popular Wi-Fi Internet technology, the paper said.

Building a nationwide WiMax network could cost Sprint between $1 billion and $4 billion, the report said, quoting analysts.

No one was not immediately available at Sprint to comment on the report.

BigNick 11-08-06 20:14

Presentazione di ieri 10 agosto
 
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posto alcune cose interessanti tratte dal documento pdf

da questa prima immagine si deduce che oltre a Dell e Panasonic, anche Toshiba e Sony integreranno i moduli embedded di Nvtl

BigNick 11-08-06 20:17

Previsioni per il 2007
 
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BigNick 11-08-06 20:20

Express Card, a mio parere molto importante
 
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i primi e per il momento unici a commercializzare schede nel nuovo formato express

BigNick 11-08-06 20:26

Convergenza fisso mobile
 
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chissà se mai prenderà piede... forse con l'HSDPA a 3,6 o 7,2 Mbps

BigNick 11-08-06 20:35

Bello schema sui contratti per le soluzioni embedded
 
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possiamo notare anche le posizioni delle concorrenti Sierra e Option,
Novatel detiene circa il 34% con Dell, Toshiba, Sony, Panasonic (HSdpa)

SIerra un 32% con HP,Lenovo, Fujitsu Siemens e Panasonic (EV-DO)

Option un 10% con Acer

interessante notare che Apple, Nec, Asustek più Altri non hanno ancora anunciato alcuna collaborazione, 25% ancora da assegnare

BigNick 12-08-06 09:29

V640 ExpressCard/34 Out of Stock
 
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sembra che la scheda V640 ExpressCard/34 vada a ruba nonostante il costo più elevato delle altre schede, potenza del monopolio :)

http://www.evdoforums.com/about3058.html

Thanks to everyone that has ordered their Novatel V640 from us, the demand has been huge and there have been some bumps over the last week.

We get notified that we are alotted 150 V640s, so we start taking orders for them, we watch the numbers closely, so we can notify people when we are "sold out".

Earlier this week, we call to order the 150 that was promised to us.

Verizon says, the demand is huge and they cannot get us any, basically zero.

After screaming on the phone (for 2 hours), on how we were promised them, they let us know we can have only 120.

We immediately update our web site.

We wait until we get them in before notifying customers.

We get them in Thursday 8/10/2006 late afternoon.

We figure out that anyone that ordered before midnight August 4th will get one. We email all customers who have a V640 on backorder with us.

We start procesing late on Thursday. When we get to 70/120, the Verizon provisioning system shuts down - it cannot assign new phone numbers for cards. Probably due to the heavy load (problem is just not for us, all area resellers cannot sell phones or cards).

We shipped the first 70 on Thursday.

The Verizon provisioning system came back up very late on Thursday, we got the remaining 50 setup, but it was too late to even drive to UPS. So, those will ship today (Friday).

We we be emailing everyone personally Friday to let them know their order shipped on Thursday or will be shipping today (Friday). There are also a handful of people that have credit card issues or didn't fill out their application completely (you have already been contacted).

For those of you that are new customers and haven't dealt with us before, this is not how we normally do business, however, there were some events that were out of our control.

If you have recently ordered a V640 (or will be soon), our next shipment will be on 8/23/2006. Unfortunately, the demand is huge, so if you want one, we encourage you to place an order, so your name is on the list. We do not charge your credit card untill we ship. We are selling the V640 for $99 with a 2 year service plan. We also extended the 50% of a V640 Booster Antenna until 8/23/2006 (while placing order, just check the checkbox to include)

For those of you that are looking to order an upgrade to your existing data card account (e.g. purchase without service), we are expecting to start having availability after 8/23/06.

BigNick 12-08-06 09:46

Verizon V640
 
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BigNick 12-08-06 09:48

Verizon V640 su un Mac Book Pro
 
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BigNick 14-08-06 15:24

Novatel Wireless Develops First Generation Ovation MCD3000
 
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Novatel Wireless Develops First Generation Ovation MCD3000 for North American Networks
Ovation Console Series Converges Features of 3.5G Wide Area Wireless with Fixed Wireline Service to Provide Fixed, Nomadic and Mobile Broadband Access

SAN DIEGO, Aug 14, 2006 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today announced development of the Ovation(TM) MCD3000, a 3.5G Multimedia Application Console for CDMA2000 EV-DO (Evolution Data Optimized) Revision A networks.

The Ovation family of multimedia applications consoles for North American networks is designed to support both current wireless wide area networks and future 4G standards-based technologies, such as WiMAX and 802.20, for broadband access as an alternative to wired broadband like cable and DSL. As such, the Ovation series for North American networks will uniquely provide advanced networking, intelligent quality of service, and broadband access in fixed, nomadic, portable and mobile environments.

"As we see operators worldwide begin to combine standards for fixed and mobile service on the network side, we are executing on our vision for fixed mobile convergence, by deploying innovative devices that allow operators to offer more services and ultimately give end users control over bandwidth resources," said Peter Leparulo, CEO of Novatel Wireless. "The Ovation MCD3000 will allow North American operators to benefit from 3.5G spectrum efficiency, while delivering advanced multimedia streaming services."

The first generation in the Ovation series for North American networks, the MCD3000 will have a sleek and compact design. About the size of a cell phone, the MCD3000 will enable enterprise and small business users to access 3.5G networks through their desktops or laptop computers as an alternative to wired broadband. The Ovation MCD3000 will initially support EV-DO Revision A networks and feature downlink data speed bursts up to 3.1 Mbps (Megabits per second), and uplink connections up to 1.8 Mbps, and will be backward compatible with currently-deployed EV-DO and 1xRTT technologies. The Ovation MCD 3000 is currently expected to be commercially available later this year.

The Ovation Family of Multimedia Application Consoles is a portfolio of desktop and portable consoles integrated with wide area wireless technology to provide broadband communications and the delivery of multimedia applications. Ovation is powered by Conversa(TM), a software suite developed by Novatel Wireless that offers wireless broadband Internet access, advanced networking, and intelligent routing depending on quality of service and cost, multimedia application support, advanced security firewalls and protocol flexibility.

dagoweb 14-08-06 16:53

Ciao Bignick,
oramai sei diventato un guru del wireless :)
(ho visto che per non sbagliare nel nostradamus ti sei giocato sia nvtl che swir :p )
tornando alla tua "ragazza" ufficiale ... sono tentato da un entrata sulla tenuta dei 10,50 solo che non mi e' piaciuta molto la engulfing bearish di venerdi scorso ... insomma, tanto per cambiare, sono indeciso :mmmm:

BigNick 14-08-06 18:02

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Ciao Bignick,
oramai sei diventato un guru del wireless :)
(ho visto che per non sbagliare nel nostradamus ti sei giocato sia nvtl che swir :p )
tornando alla tua "ragazza" ufficiale ... sono tentato da un entrata sulla tenuta dei 10,50 solo che non mi e' piaciuta molto la engulfing bearish di venerdi scorso ... insomma, tanto per cambiare, sono indeciso :mmmm:

ciao Dago, in questo campo consigli è sempre meglio non darne, però tu sai come la penso, se dovessi entrarci però famelo sapere dopo l'uscita di Max sono ancora solo sul titolo e un po' di compagnia non fà mai male ;)

in bocca al gain

MaxVaro 14-08-06 18:08

Ciao Big! :D e un saluto anche a Dago ;)

Sono rientrato ieri da vacanza a Corfù: è andata abbastanza bene, ma nel complesso mi è piaciuta + la Mykons dello scorso anno.... nonostante questa volta la compagnìa fosse +... interessante! ;) :eek: :D

Sto riprendendo in mano i titoli ed il mercato, ma debbo dire che volgia di seguire ne ho + o - ZERO....

MaxVaro 14-08-06 18:09

P.S. come ha scritto Big sono OUT da NVTL e per ora rimango alla finestra

dagoweb 15-08-06 17:20

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Ciao Big! :D e un saluto anche a Dago ;)

Ricambio i saluti all'allegra compagnia !
(pochi ma buoni :D )

p.s per il momento non entro ancora ... se no come fa a salire ?

BigNick 15-08-06 18:11

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Ricambio i saluti all'allegra compagnia !
(pochi ma buoni :D )

p.s per il momento non entro ancora ... se no come fa a salire ?

ma non è che sei già antrato ? no perchè questa continua a scendere :D

la SMA 50 per adesso ha fatto da supporto già tre volte, non vorrei però che la rompesse... :rolleyes:

dagoweb 15-08-06 18:52

No, non sono entrato ... giurin giuretta :D

BigNick 15-08-06 19:09

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No, non sono entrato ... giurin giuretta :D

beh comunque la 50 direi che l'ha rotta, vediamo la chiusura come sarà

BigNick 15-08-06 21:41

brutta candela oggi, e con volumi in aumento, sempre più incomprensibile questo titolo, brutte notizie in arrivo ? :rolleyes:

bahh !

BigNick 16-08-06 10:53

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Dago, dai un occhio qui, la discesa in corso mi ricorda quella fatta da fine maggio a fine giugno, che poi è stata recuperata in 6 giorni, con un guadagno del 33% :eek: , se si ripetesse l'andazzo, ce la ritroviamo in area 9,5, e speriamo che dopo ci sia lo stesso tipo di recupero :rolleyes:

non ci stò capendo più una mazza, riesci a darmi spigazioni logiche che possono giustificare questo andamento delle quotazioni ? :rolleyes:

dagoweb 16-08-06 12:23

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(9,50) Effettivamente corrisponderebbe anche con questo grafico
p.s. se oggi non chiude sopra 10,50 diventerebbe lo scenario piu' probabile.

BigNick 16-08-06 15:22

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(9,50) Effettivamente corrisponderebbe anche con questo grafico
p.s. se oggi non chiude sopra 10,50 diventerebbe lo scenario piu' probabile.

come lo hai tracciato il canale ?

BigNick 16-08-06 15:32

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http://www.3g.co.uk/PR/August2006/3480.htm

altro articolo che parla del MCD3000 con una nuova foto dell'oggetto (assomoglia molto alla nuova express card) se non per il fatto che c'è attaccato il filo usb

dagoweb 16-08-06 16:09

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come lo hai tracciato il canale ?

Pura e semplice analisi tecnica elementare (dove elementare indica che non sono ancora arrivato alle medie ... :D )

A parte gli scherzi, ho semplicemente unito i piu' recenti minimi crescenti e lo stesso ho fatto per i massimi, e visto che ne vengono fuori due rette parallele, senza altri artifici, mi e' sembrato valido.

p.s. non so se si e' notato ma preferisco le cose semplici :)

BigNick 16-08-06 22:03

ha cazzeggiato a 10,50 per tutto il giorno, poi nel finale è andata a chiudere sui massimi a 10,75 con un + 2,87%

:rolleyes:

dagoweb 19-08-06 11:54

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Ciao Bignick,
oramai sei diventato un guru del wireless :)
(ho visto che per non sbagliare nel nostradamus ti sei giocato sia nvtl che swir :p )
tornando alla tua "ragazza" ufficiale ... sono tentato da un entrata sulla tenuta dei 10,50 solo che non mi e' piaciuta molto la engulfing bearish di venerdi scorso ... insomma, tanto per cambiare, sono indeciso :mmmm:

L'area 10,50 (in realta' sembra essere 10,40) tiene, con un po' di difficolta' a dir la verita' ... vediamo settimana prossima se regge.
Continuo a stare fuori, perche' continua a lasciarmi perplesso la candela di inizio luglio (con il record di volumi del periodo) che ho evidenziato.

angio 19-08-06 12:11

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Okkio :cool:

http://www.finanzaonline.com/forum/s...4&postcount=29

BigNick 19-08-06 15:13

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ciao Angio, il bearish wolfe da te ipotizzato ha qualcosa che non quadra, come fai a calcolare il target ?

come da vecchio post del Maestro Zweifel,

7) il target è rappresentato dall'intersezione della linea che parte dall'1 e passa per il punto 4

(chiamata EPA line) con la verticale che parte dalla intersezione tra le trend 1-3 e 2-4

(che rappresenta la coordinata temporale ETA)


a me sembra che non si incontrino mai :rolleyes:, forse perchè con prophet ho limitazioni nel grafico, ora che guardo meglio potrebbero incontrarsi intorno ai 12,5 13 a spanne, per cui il target potrebbe essere intorno ai 6/7 $ ?

angio 19-08-06 17:57

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Innanzi tutto, chi può dire che un wolfe andrà sicuramente a target,
infatti anche il primo non ci è arrivato :rolleyes:

guardando il grafico WEEKLY si nota che siamo in un down trend ...
poi nel daily o intraday sicuramente può cambiare tutto
come il wolfe UP che avevi trovato tu :clap:

Dipende sempre dal tipo di operatività OK!

ti metto il link del solito mitico professere Z molto interessante

http://www.finanzaonline.com/forum/s...0&page=1&pp=10

soprattutto il post #20

Artes 19-08-06 18:02

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Innanzi tutto, chi può dire che un wolfe andrà sicuramente a target,
infatti anche il primo non ci è arrivato :rolleyes:

guardando il grafico WEEKLY si nota che siamo in un down trend ...
poi nel daily o intraday sicuramente può cambiare tutto
come il wolfe UP che avevi trovato tu :clap:

Dipende sempre dal tipo di operatività OK!

ti metto il link del solito mitico professere Z molto interessante

http://www.finanzaonline.com/forum/s...0&page=1&pp=10

soprattutto il post #20


Ciao Angio ti seguo spesso.....vorrei chiederti essendo ignorante in questa materia.....i punti di Wolfe sono 4?.......2-4 maggiore di 1-3......giusto..... ;)grazie.

angio 19-08-06 18:20

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Ciao Angio ti seguo spesso.....vorrei chiederti essendo ignorante in questa materia.....i punti di Wolfe sono 4?.......2-4 maggiore di 1-3......giusto..... ;)grazie.

Anche io ti seguo ... di là :yes:
Come fai a essere ignorante in materia se sei amico di Zwei :confused:

http://www.finanzaonline.com/forum/s...1&postcount=95

Ciao

Artes 19-08-06 18:22

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Anche io ti seguo ... di là :yes:
Come fai a essere ignorante in materia se sei amico di Zwei :confused:

http://www.finanzaonline.com/forum/s...1&postcount=95

Ciao

Non si puo' sapere tutto....... :D . :D poco ma buono...... ;)grazie...

Artes 19-08-06 18:36

dai un'occhio......anche due...... :D :D http://www.finanzaonline.com/forum/s...0#post11014720

BigNick 19-08-06 20:15

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Originalmente inviato da angio
Innanzi tutto, chi può dire che un wolfe andrà sicuramente a target,
infatti anche il primo non ci è arrivato :rolleyes:

guardando il grafico WEEKLY si nota che siamo in un down trend ...
poi nel daily o intraday sicuramente può cambiare tutto
come il wolfe UP che avevi trovato tu :clap:

Dipende sempre dal tipo di operatività OK!

ti metto il link del solito mitico professere Z molto interessante

http://www.finanzaonline.com/forum/s...0&page=1&pp=10

soprattutto il post #20


granzie Angio, mitico il professore Z ! :bow:

speriamo che questo Wolfe non vada a target allora :D

MaxVaro 21-08-06 14:10

Ma che bella combricola di tira-righe e grafomani che si è formata su questo thread... :D

BigNick non si potrà più lamentare di sentirsi come una particella di sodio nella bottiglia di acqua.... ;)

BigNick 24-08-06 22:18

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Dago, dai un occhio qui, la discesa in corso mi ricorda quella fatta da fine maggio a fine giugno, che poi è stata recuperata in 6 giorni, con un guadagno del 33% :eek: , se si ripetesse l'andazzo, ce la ritroviamo in area 9,5 .. :rolleyes:


stà arrivando a target, oggi minimo a 9,75

brutte notizie in arrivo ? :rolleyes:

BigNick 26-08-06 16:51

a quanto pare il forun ha avuto dei problemi
 
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ci siamo persi alcuni pezzi, provvedo a ripostare la notizia di Sprint


interessante notare che Sprint aveva previsto per il lancio del servizio EV-DO Release A , (fine del primo trimestre 2007) due modelli: la Novatel Merlin S720 e la Sierra Wireless AirCard 595, per il momento però del modello di Sierra non c'è ancora notizia di inizio commercializzazione

http://evdoinfo.blogspot.com/

Sprint Rolls Out Their First EVDO Rev A Card!

EVDO Rev A has been a hot topic amongst techies for quite a while now, and Sprint has been upgrading their network to support the new technology. They have quietly released the Novatel Merlin s720 EVDO Rev A card, and it is available NOW! The s720 is a PC card (so it won't work for those of you with ExpressCard-only computers) and it's very similar to the Merlin s620 card: the s720 accepts the same external antenna adapter as the s620, and the VZAccess Manager software supports both cards for those of you who might be switching back and forth during testing. We're not sure if it comes with Mac-compatible software, but we have ordered one for testing so we will know soon (if it doesn't support Mac, the geniuses at EVDOinfo.com will likely be able to adapt some drivers to make it compatible).

The difference between the Rev A technology and the existing EVDO is pretty significant. Rev A will have less latency than the current EVDO and will be able to handle VOIP. The speeds will be quite a bit faster, especially for uploading:

* dowloads up to 3.1Mbps (average will likely be 600Kbps - 1.0Mbps)

* upload to 1.8Mbps (average will likely be 400Kbps - 600Kbps)

Sprint has only upgraded a small percentage of their towers to Rev A status, but they're moving fast. We hear that Sprint EVDO Rev A will be able to reach 40 million people by the end of the year, and 200 million by the end of next year. The card is backwards-compatible with the current EVDO, meaning that if you're in an EVDO area that hasn't upgraded yet you can still access the current EVDO with the new card. Even if your area isn't "Rev A" yet, you can purchase the Merlin S720 now and use it to connect to the current EVDO until your neighborhood tower switches over, at which point you'll automatically be able to connect to the Rev A! There S720 won't garner any extra benefits while used in an EVDO area; it will perform just like its sibling the S620.

The card is $99.99 with a new 2-yr Sprint contract (and $59.99 per month) or $174.99 with a 1-yr Sprint contract (and $79.99 per month). You can buy the card now - Sprint reportedly has about 500 currently available, and we know they'll go fast!

BigNick 27-08-06 09:12

Short Interest
 
purtroppo c'è da segnalare un nuovo aumento dello Short Interest, siamo tornati ai livelli di dicembre, quando si bazzicava intorno ai 14$ e in tre mesi si è arrivati a 8$ :rolleyes:

BigNick 29-08-06 23:09

Come anticipato il 26 Agosto, oggi esce la notizia ufficiale
 
http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/060829/20060829005218.html?.v=1

Sprint Launches First EV-DO Revision A-Capable Mobile Broadband Card in the Nation
Tuesday August 29, 8:00 am ET
Card to Support Advanced Mobile Broadband Speeds When Available in 4Q 2006
Total Mobile Broadband Footprint to Cover 200 Million People by Year End

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. & SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug. 29, 2006--Sprint (NYSE:S - News) and Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL - News) today announced commercial availability of the country's first EV-DO Revision A-capable device - the Novatel Wireless S720 Sprint Mobile Broadband Card. This milestone follows Sprint's recent announcement that it will begin upgrading the Sprint Power Vision(SM) Network - the nation's largest wireless broadband network currently covering more than 153 million people - to the faster EV-DO Revision A this year.

Designed for operation with compatible laptops as well as the soon-to-be-available Linksys Wireless G-Router for Mobile Broadband, the Merlin S720 will allow customers to connect to the Sprint Power Vision Network and remotely access audio, video and data applications at DSL-like speeds. The card operates on the current Sprint Power Vision Network and will support faster average download and upload speeds (450 -850 kbps and 300 - 400 kbps, respectively) of Sprint's upgraded network when it becomes available. Sprint plans to begin its roll out of EV-DO Revision A during the fourth quarter of 2006 with coverage expected to reach more than 40 million people by year end. Ultimately, Sprint plans to reach more than 200 million people in the United States with mobile broadband data services in 220 major metropolitan areas by the end of 2006.

"Sprint has reached its next leadership milestone in the mobile broadband arena once again delivering on the goals and promises made to our customers earlier this year," said Danny Bowman, vice president of product marketing for Sprint. "With the introduction of the nation's first EV-DO Revision A-capable device today we are ensuring that customers are able to take advantage of the nation's most advanced mobile broadband network to do what they want, when they want and where they want."

"Being first to market with a commercially available EV-DO Revision A-capable connection card underscores our leadership position and continuing commitment to working with Sprint in serving its customers," said Peter Leparulo, CEO of Novatel Wireless. "By delivering innovative, high-quality EV-Rev. A wireless products, Novatel enables Sprint to provide its customers with industry-leading wireless data capabilities."

The Merlin S720 will initially be sold through Sprint indirect and business sales channels and online at www.sprint.com for a suggested retail price of $249.99 and as low as $99.99 with a two-year subscriber agreement. Service plans for the card currently range from $39.99 per month for 40 MB to $79.99 per month for unlimited data usage. Customers signing a two-year subscriber agreement will be eligible to receive unlimited data usage for $59.99 per month (no separate voice plan required). Sprint plans to make a variety of compatible devices in varying form factors available later this year.

Sprint today has the most wireless broadband coverage of any carrier. The Sprint Power Vision(SM) Network now covers more than 153 million people and services customers in 220 major metropolitan areas. Additional information on Sprint's Mobile Broadband network including coverage maps showing current and future coverage, Mobile Broadband service plans, and the latest access devices can be found at http://powervision.sprint.com/mobilebroadband/.

BigNick 30-08-06 22:07

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ultime quattro sedute in rialzo, con quattro candeloni bianchi, sma 50 prossima all'incrocio con la 200, siamo ben sopra la sma 200, green parabolic sar a 9,93, lascia aperto un gap up a 10,67, continua a stupire la ragazza, proprio quando le cose sembrano andare davvero male, reagisce alla grande, inizio a pensare che sia ben manovrata

BigNick 07-09-06 07:10

Interview with Brad Weinert, COO of Novatel Wireless
 
http://www.socaltech.com/story/0005202.html

Wednesday, September 6, 2006
Interview with Brad Weinert, COO of Novatel Wireless
San Diego-based Novatel Wireless (www.novatelwireless.com) is a manufacturer of wireless data modems, used to connect laptops and other mobile devices into high speed cellular data networks from telecommunications carriers. The firm recently had a big win with Sprint, which just rolled out a product based on the firm's hardware for its next generation EVDO Rev A network. We thought it would be interesting to talk to the company about EVDO, wireless data services, and where the market is today, so we spoke with Brad Weinert, the firm's COO.

Ben Kuo: Brad, thanks for the interview. Can you give our readers an overview of Novatel and what you do?

Brad Weinert: We're based in San Diego, and are publicly traded on the Nasdaq as NVTL. We've been in business since 1996, and have been exclusively in the wireless data market, specializing in 3G technology. We're a global company, with presence worldwide. Our focus is on wireless data products, which allow you to connect to the Internet, to get email and data over cellular networks. We have a wide variety of products, including PC cards, express cards that you put into laptop computer, to fixed mobile convergence devices like LAN and WAN gateway for wireless broadband access to the Internet. We also have embedded modules. Some of our major customers are Dell, Panasonic, Toshiba, and Sony, along with Vodafone, O2, Orange, and other carriers in Europe. About sixty percent of our business is in North America, with the other forty percent worldwide. We're an OEM, which means all the stuff we do has someone else's name on it. For example, our cards are being branded by Sprint, which they are selling through their channels and to their customers.

Ben Kuo: It looks like this Sprint announcement is a pretty big deal for the company?

Brad Weinert: It's huge. EVDO Rev A is the new, next generation broadband service. Sprint is the very first to offer that, and we're the very first company to deliver product for EVDO Rev A commercially. If you're a technologist, the technology is great--but the benefit to most users is it provides much better performance, both on the uplink and downlink, and supports future uses like location based services and GPS. Those will be rolled into the product over time. Sprint is a very important customer to us, one of our largest customers, and likes working with us. They're very forward thinking--they're working on a newly announced strategy with WiMax, which is just coming out.

Ben Kuo: It seems like hardware providers like yourself seem to be in the background in this industry, with the carriers really dominating the market. Why is that?

Brad Weinert: It's an interesting business. It's a dual relationship--Sprint providing the service, and us providing hardware is pretty straightforward, and we actually do joint marketing and sales calls. We market the product with Sprint to pull through product, but Sprint really does drive it. Data is becoming more and more important to carriers, as they look to improve their RPU - revenue per unit. Data is a significant portion of that, and has an increasing role in that business. It gets more interesting, when you get into modules--our technology that can be embedded into laptops--and it becomes a 3-way relationship, with the carrier, Novatel, and a vendor like Dell. Dell becomes a channel when they're selling the product in laptops, and they get an activation bounty from a carrier like Verizon. It's really kind of a food chain that has evolved over time, and we all depend on one another. The truth is that carrier is the most important link in the chain, and the one that makes the largest investment, as well.

Ben Kuo: I understand that EVDO Rev A isn't quite out there yet, when will it hit full deployment?

Brad Weinert: Yes, it's in testing right here in San Diego, and the first cities will be available in the next quarter. The major rollout will be in 2007. It's been publicly stated that there will be 100 markets up and operational by 2007. We're really excited by the merger of Nextel and Sprint, because it gives us an even bigger footprint. We've already seen that in our numbers--Sprint sales have been increasing quarter over quarter. The new technology is really a competitive advantage. The other thing about Rev-A, above the old Rev-0 technology, is that it is capable of quality of service. This comes into play with Voice over IP, video conferencing, and video on demand. Things like that need guaranteed bandwidth. The drivers in this world of mobile computing is the ability to offer ubiquitous service, and also guarantee quality of service for things like Voice over IP on a commercial level. You can make calls now with freeware, but to get commercial grade quality services you need that quality. The other thing is that we now have things like location based services and GPS built into the product.

Ben Kuo: That's available in the product now?

Brad Weinert: Both autonomous GPS and assisted GPS. That's satellite plus network assist, which gives you in-building coverage. While it's not GPS that you could use to launch a missile, it does let you where you are in a building and provide a user a good idea of where they are, and perhaps what's available for dinner nearby.

Ben Kuo: It's interesting you mention location based services. What's your angle on the uptake of those kinds of services and adoption?

Brad Weinert: It's just starting. It's one of those tantalizing deals that have been out there, but no one has figured out how to make money on it. It's looking like it's mostly added value features. We're differentiating the product and working with partners to provide value added location based services features. There are some longstanding verticals, like inventory and asset control and navigation already established, and this is really meant to enhance the general user's experience.

Ben Kuo: EVDO has a number of competitors, what's your view on where it stands?

Brad Weinert: The real reality is that there are two other technologies that are close - HSPDA, which we are also in, and which we sell through Cingular and to the rest of the world. The rest of the world is not CDMA. WiMax also comes into play. I personally don't think you'll see a winner in the near future, unless you had all those carriers agree on a standard. Each has an advantage over others. If I was betting, I'd say that HSPDA would be used globally, CDMA in North America, and WiMax is the unknown. WiMax has very clear uses in fixed mobile/nomadic environments--the hotspots on steroids. Whether it ever translates into true mobile, we will have to see. In the next two years, I think you'll see all of the technology widely deployed as the whole market takes off. We're technology agnostics, and will do whatever makes business sense. We're in all three of those now.

Ben Kuo: I have run into people who say that standard WiFi will be prevalent enough to replace the need for wireless modems and data, but it seems like this isn't the case--it seems like you business is doing very well in the data modem side.

Brad Weinert: The problem with that, is that although WiFi is good in fixed mobile coverage for a delivery endpoint in a local area, it has never been driven to commercial success by a carrier like Verizon or Sprint. The only one who really tried this was T-Mobile in Europe, where they were pretty successful with a wide area and local area under a generalized rate plan. It has never been truly aggregated under a carrier plan -- ie unlimited WiFi with your cell phone. It's certainly all over my house, but it's not truly mobile. The real barrier to this is the cost. The technology is still expensive, and not where it needs to be yet.

Ben Kuo: Thanks!

posted on Wednesday, September 6, 2006

BigNick 12-09-06 21:23

toh, ma guarda che somiglianza !
 
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http://www.geekzone.co.nz/content.asp?contentid=6638

In October, Vodafone will launch the Vodafone 3G broadband Express Card, which is a smaller and faster version of the current 3G Vodafone Mobile Connect datacard. It will offer download speeds of up to 3.6Mps. Its retail price will be NZ$529.

non sò perchè ma questa Vodafone 3G broadband Express Card mi ricorda qualcosa..... ;)

proteone 21-09-06 15:45

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BigNick 21-09-06 23:07

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ciao Proteone che ci fai qui ?

proteone 22-09-06 11:05

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ciao Proteone che ci fai qui ?

Ah... il solito speculatore da 4 soldi :)
Ho provato un entrata ma poi ho stoppato :(

Ci vedremo ancora ;)

Ciao

BigNick 22-09-06 20:53

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Ah... il solito speculatore da 4 soldi :)
Ho provato un entrata ma poi ho stoppato :(

Ci vedremo ancora ;)

Ciao

ah bravo, allora beccati questa cosetta:

http://www.evdoinfo.com/EVDO_Product...0_20060920827/

Merlin U720 USB EVDO Rev A Modem
The Novatel Merlin U720 EVDO Rev A Modem will be available after October 1, 2006 from Sprint

BigNick 22-09-06 21:30

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e beccati anche questa

http://gullfoss2.fcc.gov/prod/oet/fo...ive_or_pdf=pdf

è stata certificata ieri

BigNick 22-09-06 21:54

Chi sà un po di tedesco ?
 
http://www.heise.de/newsticker/meldung/78534

UMTS-Datenkarte im ExpressCard-Format

Vodafone will im Oktober eine HSDPA-Datenkarte im ExpressCard-Format auf den Markt bringen. Sie eignet sich für neuere Notebooks ohne PC-Card-Schacht – bislang hatten Datenkarten immer CardBus-Bauform. Die 39 Gramm schwere "Mobile Connect Card UMTS Broadband" ist 34 Millimeter breit und passt somit in alle ExpressCard-Slots. Über den beiliegenden Adapter soll sie zudem in herkömmlichen PC-Card-Schächten (Typ II) funktionieren.
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Bei der Datenkarte handelt es sich um Novatels Mobilfunkadapter Merlin XU870. Dieser unterstützt HSDPA-Datenraten von 3,6 MBit/s und soll nach einem künftigem Firmwareupdate Daten mit 7,2 MBit/s herunterladen können. Allerdings sind die Mobilfunkanbieter erst noch dabei, die Netze entsprechend auszubauen – in vielen Gebieten mit UMTS-Abdeckung liefert HSDPA derzeit nur maximal 1,8 MBit/s. Mit Datenvertrag von Vodafone kostet der Mobilfunkadapter 1 Euro, ohne Vertrag wird er für 399 Euro verkauft.

In der kommenden Ausgabe 21/06 (ab 2. Oktober am Kiosk) veröffentlicht c't einen Test von sieben Notebooks mit integrierten UMTS-Modems. (mue/c't)

Grecale 25-09-06 10:53

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Ciao Bruno ;)

BigNick 26-09-06 21:06

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Ciao Bruno ;)

grazie Grec per il contributo, c'è anche un gappettino aperto a 10.66 che mi disturba un pò :rolleyes:

Grecale 26-09-06 22:24

Ciao Bruno entro domani deve chiudere sopra la res. cmq è ben impostata mantiene il trend di breve, il gap non lo guardare hehehehheh

BigNick 27-09-06 12:51

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Ciao Bruno entro domani deve chiudere sopra la res. cmq è ben impostata mantiene il trend di breve, il gap non lo guardare hehehehheh

il primo ottobre, dovrebbe esserci la presentazione da parte di SPrint della scheda U720 EVDO A, potrebbe essere una buona occasione per fare il salto della resistenza, oggi è stato presentato anche il nuovo Sony Vaio che dovrebbe contenere la scheda Novatel EVDO A

http://www.reghardware.co.uk/2006/09..._rev_a_laptop/


nella foto si nota l'antennina che credo serva per la scheda EVDO A

dagoweb 28-09-06 14:54

Cosa diavolo sta succedendo ?
Sia nvtl che swir vengono bastonate in premarket ... :confused:
http://dynamic.nasdaq.com/dynamic/premarketma.stm

Al momento non ci sono news che possano spiegare la faccenda, ma i volumi mi sembrano abbastanza "seri".

proteone 28-09-06 15:02

Ho trovato questa :(


AP
Ahead of the Bell: Modem Manufacturers
Thursday September 28, 8:51 am ET
Shares of Modem Manufacturers Fall in Pre-Market Trading on Nokia/Intel Module Partnership


NEW YORK (AP) -- Shares of some makers of Internet modems fell in pre-market trading Thursday after Finnish cell phone company Nokia Corp. and chip maker Intel Corp. announced a partnership to give notebook computers cellular connection.

sotomaio 28-09-06 15:03

Ecco il motivo,sembra colpa di Nokia e Intel....


Ahead of the Bell: Modem Manufacturers
Thursday September 28, 8:51 am ET
Shares of Modem Manufacturers Fall in Pre-Market Trading on Nokia/Intel Module Partnership

NEW YORK (AP) -- Shares of some makers of Internet modems fell in pre-market trading Thursday after Finnish cell phone company Nokia Corp. and chip maker Intel Corp. announced a partnership to give notebook computers cellular connection.


The companies late Wednesday said they will introduce in 2007 a cellular connectivity option for notebook computers through high-speed downlink packet access technology. Under the partnership, Nokia will make the cellular module while Intel will embed the module into a platform and handle sales and marketing to notebook vendors.

Shares of modem manufacturers Novatel Wireless Inc. and Sierra Wireless Inc. fell in pre-market trading as investors considered increased competition and lower prices for products giving computers network connections.

Novatel dropped $1.66, or 14 percent, to $10.05, while Sierra Wireless fell $2.47, or 20 percent, to $10.13 in pre-market trading.

Analysts agreed the news wouldn't have much effect on the modem makers' business until Intel begins selling the embedded module to vendors in late 2007 as part of its next-generation Intel Centrino Duo mobile technology platform.

Analysts were mixed on what would happen after that. CIBC World Markets analyst Ittai Kidron said Novatel and Sierra will in the meantime jump "a step ahead" in its relationships with vendors and suppliers, and by the time the new module is introduced Nokia be playing catch-up.

But Cowen analyst Matthew Hoffman said the partnership will limit Novatel's market opportunities. He downgraded Novatel to "Neutral" from "Outperform." ThinkEquity analyst Mike Burton also downgraded Novatel, to "Accumulate" from "Buy" because of increased competition.




Saluti.

dagoweb 28-09-06 15:17

Stika ...

Entrano in campo i pezzi da 90 ... anche se, mi par di capire, che saranno sul mercato non prima di fine 2007, logico pero' che le prospettive adesso cambiano (come alcuni analisti hanno sottolineato).

E, stranamente, non e' neanche colpa mia perche' non le ho in portafoglio ...

BigNick 28-09-06 18:43

lo dicevo io che c'era qul gappettino da chiudere....

non credevo così brutalmente però

stikazz

BigNick 28-09-06 18:52

Swir -8%
NVTL -17%
OPTION -27%

mica male

BigNick 29-09-06 20:32

NVTL - Novatel Wireless - La Batosta il giorno dopo - Nuovi Scenari
 
Ho bisogno di fare un reset, la notizia di ieri, l'accordo tra Nokia e Intel apre nuovi scenari nel futuro di Novatel, nonostante la batosta (Ci vuole ben altro a intimorirmi ;) ) mi rimbocco le maniche e apro quindi questo nuovo 3D, ringrazio tutti coloro che hanno partecipato al 3D precedente in ordine di apparizione:
proteone, dagoweb, tremaui, superbaffone, SkyKnight, bullish, Clau, Your Ffaiper, MaxVaro, Grecale, Zantrax, Hetty Green, mb 1942, jean geddes, angio, sotomaio, e parto con questo articolo che riassume un po' quello che è successo ieri:

http://tinyurl.com/nvcb2

September 29, 2006

Shares of Novatel Wireless and Sierra Wireless fell yesterday after Finnish cell phone giant Nokia and chip maker Intel announced a partnership in which they would make modems that can connect laptops to the Internet via cellular networks.

Shares of Novatel Wireless closed at $9.64, down $2.07 or 18 percent, on the Nasdaq, while shares of Sierra Wireless closed at $12.91, down 99 cents, or 7 percent, on the Toronto Stock Exchange.

Intel and Nokia said they will introduce a module embedded in laptop computers that will allow the devices to connect to the Internet at high speeds over cellular networks.

Intel shares rose 38 cents, or 1.9 percent, to close at $20.77 on the Nasdaq. On the New York Stock Exchange, American Depositary Shares of Nokia rose 17 cents, or less than 1 percent, to $19.99.

Novatel Wireless, headquartered in San Diego, and Sierra Wireless, a Canadian company with a San Diego operation, along with Belgian company Option, have long dominated the market for wireless modems.

Sierra Wireless and Novatel Wireless both make PC cards that can be inserted into laptops as well as modules that are embedded in laptops by computer manufacturers. In addition to the cards or embedded modules, laptop users also must pay for cellular data service, ranging from approximately $60 a month to $70 a month, depending on the carrier.

“I don't think this puts a bullet in Sierra Wireless or Novatel Wireless,” said Michael King, a San Diego-based wireless analyst with Gartner market research firm. “But it's certainly not good news for either one.”

In the short run, the increased competition may have little effect on Sierra Wireless and Novatel Wireless. The PC cards are more widely used than the embedded modules, at this point. Intel and Nokia plan on making only the embedded modules.

In addition, Sierra Wireless and Novatel Wireless make wireless modems for the two primary technologies used by wireless carriers – code division multiple access and global system for mobile communications – while the Intel and Nokia partnership will make modems only for GSM.

Peter Leparulo, chief executive of Novatel Wireless, said that most laptop manufacturers prefer to work with a company that can provide modems for all of the wireless technologies.

“If you're only working with one technology, your market becomes very, very limited,” Leparulo said.

Both Sierra Wireless and Novatel Wireless have a head start on the GSM technology.

By the time Intel and Nokia come out with their embedded module, Dave McLennan, chief financial officer of Sierra Wireless, said that his company will be working on the next version of the technology.

“This is a business where technology evolves very quickly,” he said.

The announcement by Intel and Nokia eclipsed an announcement by Sierra Wireless that it is collaborating with Intel on embedded modules for its ultra mobile PC design.

Commenti ?

Mr China Investiment 29-09-06 20:39

due giganti.... :mmmm: :mmmm: :mmmm:


mah

BigNick 29-09-06 20:47

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due giganti.... :mmmm: :mmmm: :mmmm:


mah

beh dai Nokia e Intel non proprio piccoline...., ma io mi chiedo... perchè devono venire a spaccare la mink ia a Novatel Sierra e Option ?

io un sospetto ce l'ho, secondo me a tutto a che vedere con WIMAX.... :rolleyes:

dagoweb 30-09-06 11:34

Ad occhio direi che le tre "piccole" difficilmente si salveranno tutte,
ma volendo potrebbe esserci una chiave di lettura positiva ...
... spingere, nel medio termine, due di loro ad un'accordo (jv, fusione od altro) per fronteggiare Golia, credo che questa soluzione verrebbe apprezzata dal mercato (anche perche' le competenze acquisite da queste societa' rimangono inalterate e un loro valore ce l'hanno !)

BigNick 30-09-06 13:38

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Ad occhio direi che le tre "piccole" difficilmente si salveranno tutte,
ma volendo potrebbe esserci una chiave di lettura positiva ...
... spingere, nel medio termine, due di loro ad un'accordo (jv, fusione od altro) per fronteggiare Golia, credo che questa soluzione verrebbe apprezzata dal mercato (anche perche' le competenze acquisite da queste societa' rimangono inalterate e un loro valore ce l'hanno !)

secondo me Sierra potrebbe venire acquisita da Intel con cui collabora da anni, mentre Option e Novatel potrebbero fondersi in un unica società che controllerebbe quasi l'80% del mercato non embedded e gran parte del mercato embedded, non dimentichiamoci che AMD potrebbe scendere nell'arena per contrastare la mossa di Intel e a sua volta collaborare o addirittura acquisire (vedi ATYT) società del settore, che ne dici Dago, Fantaborsa ?

intanto torniamo all'immediato, lunedì Sprint dovrebbe comunicare la commercializzazione della scheda Novatel Merlin u720 Sprint EVDO USB, scheda chiave per il mercato PC/Mac e soprattutto compatibile anche per i desktop e non solo per i notebook, il mio ottimismo sfrenato mi porta anche a ipotizzare un rialzo delle stime per il trimestre in corso, ma questo lo scopriremo solo vivendo

bye

BigNick

Grecale 30-09-06 15:04

azz leggo ora, per capire bene cosa succederà ci vuole tempo, concordo con il pensiero di dago

Bruno ma a quanto le hai in carico?

BigNick 30-09-06 19:18

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azz leggo ora, per capire bene cosa succederà ci vuole tempo, concordo con il pensiero di dago

Bruno ma a quanto le hai in carico?

ciao mitico Grec, avendole mediate a 8,61 riesco a strappare un prezzo di carico di 14.33 (senza considerare le variazioni legate al cambio), diamo tempo al tempo e vediamo cosa succede ;)

dagoweb 30-09-06 20:54

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secondo me Sierra potrebbe venire acquisita da Intel con cui collabora da anni, mentre Option e Novatel potrebbero fondersi in un unica società che controllerebbe quasi l'80% del mercato non embedded e gran parte del mercato embedded, non dimentichiamoci che AMD potrebbe scendere nell'arena per contrastare la mossa di Intel e a sua volta collaborare o addirittura acquisire (vedi ATYT) società del settore, che ne dici Dago, Fantaborsa ?

intanto torniamo all'immediato, lunedì Sprint dovrebbe comunicare la commercializzazione della scheda Novatel Merlin u720 Sprint EVDO USB, scheda chiave per il mercato PC/Mac e soprattutto compatibile anche per i desktop e non solo per i notebook, il mio ottimismo sfrenato mi porta anche a ipotizzare un rialzo delle stime per il trimestre in corso, ma questo lo scopriremo solo vivendo

bye

BigNick

Non credo proprio che sia fantaborsa, anche cio' che hai prospettato potra' accadere.
Naturalmente noi non possiamo sapere quale di queste strade saranno prese, ma sicuramente qualcosa dovranno fare per fronteggiare questa "invasione di campo" ...
E comunque, in bocca al lupo :)

BigNick 01-10-06 10:19

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Non credo proprio che sia fantaborsa, anche cio' che hai prospettato potra' accadere.
Naturalmente noi non possiamo sapere quale di queste strade saranno prese, ma sicuramente qualcosa dovranno fare per fronteggiare questa "invasione di campo" ...
E comunque, in bocca al lupo :)

grazie Dago !

ecco le prime foto della scheda u720

http://www.engadget.com/2006/09/30/f...em-for-sprint/

Mr China Investiment 01-10-06 10:27

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grazie Dago !

ecco le prime foto della scheda u720

http://www.engadget.com/2006/09/30/f...em-for-sprint/


posso solo chiderti come mai credi così tanto in Nvtl???
sono oramai anni che scrivi post sul titolo...

Nessuna critica :no: :no: ma solo capire su cosa poggia la fiducia estrema sul titolo :yes:

BigNick 01-10-06 12:00

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posso solo chiderti come mai credi così tanto in Nvtl???
sono oramai anni che scrivi post sul titolo...

Nessuna critica :no: :no: ma solo capire su cosa poggia la fiducia estrema sul titolo :yes:

chissà, forse solo testardaggine per non ammettere una sconfitta, o forse per il tipo di approccio che ho verso i titoli su cui punto, diventano quasi degli "amori", se mi segui da anni avrai forse seguito i 3D su TRPH, APPL, ATYT li seguo in ogni loro notizia e movimento, analizzo ogni loro prodotto, ne studio il mercato, diventa difficile poi separarsene..

fin qui ha pagato, ma non è detto che succeda ancora, e comunque in questi anni ho imparato una cosa, in borsa è sempre bene mettere i soldi che sei disposto a perdere, in questo modo sei meno condizionato e non ti rovini la vita come ho rischiato di fare con TRPH,(arrivata a 0,12 fino a superare gli 8$) ho avuto fortuna, e il fatto di stare qui a raccontartelo ne è la prova

Ciao China :)

Mr China Investiment 01-10-06 12:26

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chissà, forse solo testardaggine per non ammettere una sconfitta, o forse per il tipo di approccio che ho verso i titoli su cui punto, diventano quasi degli "amori", se mi segui da anni avrai forse seguito i 3D su TRPH, APPL, ATYT li seguo in ogni loro notizia e movimento, analizzo ogni loro prodotto, ne studio il mercato, diventa difficile poi separarsene..

fin qui ha pagato, ma non è detto che succeda ancora, e comunque in questi anni ho imparato una cosa, in borsa è sempre bene mettere i soldi che sei disposto a perdere, in questo modo sei meno condizionato e non ti rovini la vita come ho rischiato di fare con TRPH,(arrivata a 0,12 fino a superare gli 8$) ho avuto fortuna, e il fatto di stare qui a raccontartelo ne è la prova

Ciao China :)


perfetto!!!!


OK! OK! OK! OK! OK!


ma non dirmi che hai venduto a 8!!!
altrimenti ti faccio un monumento!|
:yes: :yes: :yes: :yes: :yes: :yes:

BigNick 01-10-06 13:21

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perfetto!!!!


OK! OK! OK! OK! OK!


ma non dirmi che hai venduto a 8!!!
altrimenti ti faccio un monumento!|
:yes: :yes: :yes: :yes: :yes: :yes:

purtroppo no, molto prima, ma è bastato, sarebbe stato veramente troppo, però ti dirò vederle andare a chiudere un vecchio gap sopra gli 8 dollari è stato un vero piacere per me anche se oramai non le avevo più in carico

http://www.finanzaonline.com/forum/s...7&page=1&pp=10

dellicarri 01-10-06 20:16

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beh dai Nokia e Intel non proprio piccoline...., ma io mi chiedo... perchè devono venire a spaccare la mink ia a Novatel Sierra e Option ?

io un sospetto ce l'ho, secondo me a tutto a che vedere con WIMAX.... :rolleyes:

Scusa, io di NVTL non so nulla ma ho in carico ALV e quindi ti sarei grato se mi potessi spiegare la tua idea rispetto all'influenza che il WIMAX avrebbe nell'operazione che ha fatto muovere Nokia e Intel.... :mmmm:

BigNick 01-10-06 20:35

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Scusa, io di NVTL non so nulla ma ho in carico ALV e quindi ti sarei grato se mi potessi spiegare la tua idea rispetto all'influenza che il WIMAX avrebbe nell'operazione che ha fatto muovere Nokia e Intel.... :mmmm:

Intel ha tutto l'interesse a spingere spingere il WIMAX, le nuove tecnologie tipo HSDPA potrebbero in qualche modo dare fastidio a WIMAX,
io credo che entrando prepotentemente nel mercato INtel potrebbe controllare il mercato stesso a favore di WIMAX

BigNick 01-10-06 20:42

INteressante articolo sull'affair NOKia Intel
 
in fondo c'è anche il commento di Jason Cohenour, Chief Executive di SIerra Wireless, il quale dice che il prodotto di nokia sarà pronto quando ormai la tecnologia sarà ormai obsoleta..

http://www.easybourse.com/Website/dy...NewsRubrique=2

UPDATE: Sierra Wireless Sinks On Nokia-Intel Collaboration
Thursday September 28th, 2006 / 21h40

(Paragraphs 9-11 add comments from Sierra Chief Executive Jason Cohenour. Updates share prices.)
By Stuart Weinberg Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES TORONTO -(Dow Jones)- Shares of Sierra Wireless Inc. (SWIR) are down 8.1% after Nokia Corp. (NOK) announced a partnership with Intel Corp. (INTC) that will make it a Sierra competitor.
Nokia said early Thursday that it has developed an HSDPA (high speed downlink packet access) module that Intel will deliver to notebook-computer makers as part of its next-generation Centrino Duo platform. Embedded modules are mini-modems that reside inside laptop computers and other wireless devices. Sierra supplies HSDPA modules to some of the world's biggest laptop makers, including Hewlett-Packard Co. (HPQ) and Lenovo Group Ltd. (0992.HK).
The Nokia-Intel news overshadowed Sierra's own collaboration announcement with Intel. The Vancouver company said Thursday that its WWAN modules will be incorporated into Intel's UMPC (ultra-mobile personal computer) platform architecture. The UMPC platform is designed to provide wireless connections to ultra-mobile devices, such as small Tablet PCs, Sierra said in a press release Thursday.
Competition in the embedded-module market is already fierce, with Sierra vying for share with Novatel Wireless Inc. (NVTL) and Option N.V. (OPTI.NB). The entry of a well-armed competitor like Nokia will intensify competition even further and investors clearly perceive the news as a setback for Sierra and its rivals.
On Nasdaq Thursday, Sierra is down $1.02 to $11.58 on about 2.1 million shares. Novatel is being hit even harder, down $2.18, or 19% to $9.53.
Analysts played down the competitive threat from Nokia, noting that Intel's next-generation Centrino platform isn't due until mid-2007 and that Nokia's modules will only work with one network technology. "...the Intel/Nokia collaboration only covers the HSDPA market segment and does not address the EV-DO (evolution-data optimized) technology stream," Dundee Securities' Arinder Mahal said in a research note Thursday. "Given the acrimonious relationship between Intel/Nokia and Qualcomm, combined with Intel's heavy investment to develop and promote the WiMAX ecosystem, we do not expect Intel to enter the EV-DO market."
Analysts also questioned the seriousness of Nokia's commitment to the embedded-module market, a low-margin, highly specialized segment that has rigorous certification standards. "Whether Nokia remains in the module business is debatable," Research Capital's Nick Agostino said in a research note. "The company had entered the PC Card business on two separate occasions and elected to exit the market. We believe that if Nokia does not achieve the necessary scale or brand recognition it seeks, it may do so again."
Heikki Tenhunen, general manager of Nokia's connectivity module business program, said Nokia considers embedded modules a legitimate market opportunity. He noted that third-generation networks have proliferated, allowing laptop users to connect to the Internet wirelessly. "This type of connectivity will be a mainstream means for people to get their laptops connected...," he said. "So having this type of market vision and picture, we have decided that we will make this product. Then, what comes in future, we will comment when the future comes."
Sierra Chief Executive Jason Cohenour said Sierra will respond to this latest challenge by "continuing to do what it's been doing, securing design wins and successfully getting our OEM customers to market."
Cohenour called the Nokia-Intel-go-to-market strategy "interesting," suggesting it could be tough for them to generate decent margins. "I am unaware of (Intel) taking third-party product and putting it through their channels, seems to be...a tough margin-stacking path to market in a market that doesn't have a lot of margin to share amongst a lot of players."
Cohenour said he doesn't believe Nokia's module has generated any design wins, adding that the product will be outdated by the time it hits the market next year. "Spec-wise it really won't be up to date," he said. "By the time that product hits the market, we'll be on to the next new thing, HSUPA (high speed uplink packet access.) So, a non-triband HSDPA module is not likely to be very compelling by the middle of '07."

BigNick 02-10-06 13:45

http://investor.novatelwireless.com/...leaseID=212948

Novatel Wireless Ramps Shipments of New EV-DO Rev A Products
Company Successfully Introduces Four New Products in Q3 Across All Three Prongs of Its Diversification Strategy Full Suite of Rev A Products Includes Embedded Modules, Ovation Fixed Mobile Convergence and PC Cards

SAN DIEGO, Oct 02, 2006 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today announced the successful introduction of three new EV-DO Rev. A products in the third quarter. All of these products, which span embedded module, PC Card, and USB form factors, are currently ramping shipments at major carrier or OEM customers. With these introductions, the total number of new products introduced in the third quarter was four -- a record for the Company.

"In a tight market for components, we are pleased with our success in commercializing four new Novatel Wireless products in the third quarter," said Peter Leparulo, Chief Executive Officer of Novatel Wireless. "These introductions are a testament to the success of our growth strategy as they span all three prongs of our diversification strategy: embedded modules, PC cards and fixed-mobile convergence. We are very pleased to have executed on commercialization of a product roadmap that has achieved multiple revenue drivers on our business, with strong revenue contributions from the most advanced products in our industry."

Mr. Leparulo continued, "Our feature-rich suite of Rev A products in a variety of form factors offer enhanced capabilities that take maximum advantage of the latest wireless technology. Now carriers can offer exciting new applications and advanced multimedia streaming services using their existing spectrum. We're very pleased not only to have executed to plan in the third quarter, but also to have significant order flow behind each of the new products in our diversified portfolio, from both tier-1 operators and laptop manufacturers."

The MCD3000 EV-DO USB product, part of the Ovation line, enables enterprise and small business professionals to access 3G networks through their desktops or laptop computers, as an alternative to wired broadband. The MCD3000 has a sleek and compact design, about the size of a small cell phone. It features downlink data speeds of up to 3.1 Mbps (Megabits per second) and is backwards compatible with currently deployed EV-DO Rev 0 and CDMA 1xRTT technologies. In addition, the MCD3000 has wireless assisted global positioning capabilities and incorporates an advanced dual-band antenna system.

The Merlin M720 PC Card provides notebook users with the latest EV-DO technology on the market with backwards compatibility with EV-DO Rev 0 and 1xRTT networks as they evolve to the latest standard technology. Additionally, the product is GPS (Global Positioning System) ready and also incorporates an advanced dual-band diversity design.

The Expedite E720 PCI Express Mini Card Module features many of the same capabilities as the Merlin M720 PC Card, but allows the world's leading OEMs to embed the module at board level. By integrating the module into the product design, the cost of wireless capability is decreased, while the advantages (cutting-edge technology and speed) of incorporating the latest EV-DO technology are maintained. Downlink data speeds are up to 3.1 Mbps and GPS capabilities are also incorporated.

BigNick 02-10-06 20:31

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Scusa, io di NVTL non so nulla ma ho in carico ALV e quindi ti sarei grato se mi potessi spiegare la tua idea rispetto all'influenza che il WIMAX avrebbe nell'operazione che ha fatto muovere Nokia e Intel.... :mmmm:

X DelliCarri

leggendo questo articolo puoi capire cosa intendevo dire riguardo a WIMAX,

http://www.edn.com/index.asp?layout=...ndustryid=2282


Intel and Nokia's impending collaboration to offer embedded wireless Internet connectivity in laptops has both changed the market outlook for embedded cellular modems in portable computers and affected the share prices of competing wireless modem makers Novatel Wireless and Sierra Wireless, according to the latest report from market research firm ABI Research.

In an announcement last week at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, Intel said that Nokia had developed an HSDPA connectivity module for 3G notebook computers.

"The Nokia/Intel partnership to produce an embedded HSDPA Mini-card modem will not only accelerate the market for cellular connectivity in notebooks," ABI Research's Senior Analyst Philip Solis said in a statement this morning. "Intel is also taking a first step towards the eventual inclusion of WiMax wireless broadband in portable computers. The eventual goal is to offer multiple connectivity options."

Cellular modems for laptops come in two form-factors: PC cards and embedded modems such as the ones Intel and Nokia plan to offer. While PC cards will continue to be sold on an aftermarket basis for some time, particularly for new air interfaces, ABI said the real future of the market lies with embedded modems which will make up nearly 17 percent of the total this year—a proportion, the firm said, that will increase steadily over time.

Falling average selling prices (ASP) and increasing shipments mean that 2006's expected $1 billion revenue from cellular PC cards and embedded modems in laptops will increase to nearly $3 billion in 2010, the firm reported. The growing revenue from cellular PC modems is due to the steady growth of shipments and the increasing popularity of more expensive 3G modems, ABI said.

ASPs for both forms started to decline this year, and will continue to show a gradual, almost flat rate of decrease through the end of the 2011. But ABI said that the decline will be insufficient to dent the revenue growth for vendors, resulting from higher shipment volumes and a greater proportion of more expensive 3G modems.

Most of the growth in this market will be seen in North America and Western Europe, the regions with by far the highest penetration of laptop computers and the greatest number of businesses prepared to pay the typical $60 per month Internet access fees, the firm stated.

The market boom for higher-end electronics is not just in the laptop sector. According to a recent study by market research firm IDC, converged mobile device (smartphone) shipments have also hit a new high of late, nearing the 20 million mark in Q2.

davesurf 02-10-06 20:49

certo che se partisse, l'wimax sarebbe una rivoluzione, la siemens ha calcolato che per coprire tutta italia bastano 450 ml di euro.

dellicarri 02-10-06 22:09

Grazie BigNick...ho letto e in effetti adesso mi è un po' più chiaro il punto in cui Nokia, Intel e Alvarion potrebbero avere qualcosa in comune.. :clap:

Speriamo che vada bene a tutti e tre (anche perchè oltre a ALV ho un bel po' di INTEL... :D :D )

BigNick 02-10-06 22:13

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Grazie BigNick...ho letto e in effetti adesso mi è un po' più chiaro il punto in cui Nokia, Intel e Alvarion potrebbero avere qualcosa in comune.. :clap:

Speriamo che vada bene a tutti e tre (anche perchè oltre a ALV ho un bel po' di INTEL... :D :D )

io ovviamente spero invece in un bagno di sangue per nokia e intel in questa avventura :D

gianluca2005 02-10-06 22:15

sapete dirmi quando sono le trimestrali?

BigNick 02-10-06 22:19

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sapete dirmi quando sono le trimestrali?

Novatel credo intorno a fine ottobre

gianluca2005 02-10-06 22:20

in questa SETTIMANA nessuna trimestrale?

BigNick 03-10-06 02:45

Vodafone commercializza Novatel XU870 in germania
 
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almeno credo, il tedesco proprio non lo capisco.. :D

http://www.vodafoneshop.de/shop/mobi...eschaeftskunde

BigNick 04-10-06 12:09

Novatel Wireless Announces Next Generation HSDPA Design Win at Leading OEM Partner
 
Novatel Wireless Announces Next Generation HSDPA Design Win at Leading OEM Partner
Wednesday October 4, 6:00 am ET
Shipments to Extend into 2008 on Embedded Solutions

SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL - News), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today announced a next generation HSDPA design win at one of the Company's existing OEM customers -- one of the world's leading laptop manufacturers.

The HSDPA solution will be the most advanced available in the OEM market -- diversity and advanced receiver HSDPA upgradeable to 7.2 Mbps. The design win covers modules for North American frequencies and for EMEA frequencies. Engineering samples are available now, with commercial launch currently expected at the end of December for laptops shipping to both Europe and the United States in the first quarter of 2007. The new design win in HSDPA complements the recent next-generation EV-DO Rev A design win at the same laptop manufacturer. With the new design wins, Novatel Wireless' products are ensured of being embedded into an expanded list of laptop models at this leading customer into 2008. In addition, development work has already begun on next generation "beyond 3G" solutions, based on HSUPA (High Speed Uplink Packet Access) using QUALCOMM technology solutions for commercial launch with laptop cycles in 2008. HSUPA allows downlink speeds reaching 7.2 Mbps and uplink to 2.1 Mbps per second.

"We are pleased to announce a key next generation design win that demonstrates our continued leadership in the embedded OEM market," commented Peter Leparulo, chief executive officer of Novatel Wireless. "Our design wins further demonstrate the importance of our strategic decision to support both EV-DO and HSDPA standards. While EV-DO accounted for over 60% of our revenues in the second quarter, our support of both worldwide technologies is instrumental to our success, as the leading laptop manufacturers leverage efficiencies of using one supplier to support both technologies."

Novatel Wireless has announced four OEM partners with a combined market share of over 50% in the U.S. The compelling value proposition Novatel Wireless has architected has resulted in its leadership in the embedded market by design wins with tier-1 laptop manufacturers for several reasons:

* The Novatel Wireless global product portfolio supports the full array of EV-DO (Rev 0 and Rev A) and HSDPA standards, enabling it to launch product lines of embedded solutions that address the OEM's global marketplace.
* Novatel Wireless has developed application software based on carrier requirements for both EV-DO and HSDPA technologies. Its application software supports modules that can be customized for carrier networks worldwide. In addition, Novatel provides key features such as assisted-GPS, stand-alone GPS, multi-band diversity and wake-on-wireless modem/host technology specifically customized for OEM customers.
* Novatel Wireless has developed, both internally and in conjunction with its technology partners, significant intellectual property around key aspects of the embedded market, including OEM module design, OEM applications and feature sets allowing it to offer end-to-end solutions to its OEM customers.
* Novatel Wireless offers significant value to OEMs by providing expertise in the extensive integration and certification cycle, providing a competitive advantage to leading OEMs.

"Although most of our embedded revenue to date has been primarily generated by EV-DO, we are very pleased to add this next generation HSDPA design win to our portfolio, and we believe our competitive advantages and commitment to our customers will allow us to capitalize on the fast growth of the embedded market," stated Peter Leparulo, chief executive officer of Novatel Wireless. "In our experience, the vast majority of laptop manufacturers prefer to leverage efficiencies of using one supplier for both EV-DO and HSDPA, and they need their suppliers to customize and certify a solution across a wide range of carriers in Europe and the United States, each with unique product certification requirements. This provides both customer retention and barrier to entry as new entrants strive to enter this marketplace. We believe that anything less than a comprehensive approach leads to an ability to address only single device embedded customers launching products on less than a mass market basis. A generic approach offers none of the value-add that Novatel Wireless provides that empowers OEM customers to launch entire lines of embedded laptop solutions worldwide, simultaneously across multiple technologies, and simultaneously with multiple operators in both North America and Europe. Our strategic advantage is manifested in our next generation design wins with existing top-tier customers, which carry us through 2008 platform release cycles. This will continue to be the true barometer of our success in the embedded solutions market," continued Mr. Leparulo.

BigNick 04-10-06 12:24

Novatel Wireless Announces Pre-Installation of MobiLink(TM) Communications Software S
 
http://investor.novatelwireless.com/...leaseID=213327

Novatel Wireless Announces Pre-Installation of MobiLink(TM) Communications Software Suite in Laptops of Tier-1 OEMs
Novatel Wireless' Portfolio of Patents, Patent Applications and OEM Applications Cover Features, Security and End-to-End OEM Systems

SAN DIEGO, Oct 04, 2006 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today announced its MobiLink(TM) communications software suite is being pre-installed in a total of 33 laptop platforms of tier-1 laptop manufacturers through June 2007. The Novatel Wireless MobiLink communications software suite is a family of wireless connectivity applications that connect mobile devices with wireless wide area networks (WWAN) to allow quick and easy access to email, the Internet and corporate networks anytime, anywhere. Once pre-installed, the software suite resides as a native application on the particular platform, allowing users to access the advanced features unique to the Novatel Wireless embedded wide area wireless module.

Novatel Wireless' MobiLink communications software suite includes a single connection manager that supports both HSDPA and EV-DO technologies and multiple operators simultaneously in North America and Europe. The Vista-ready connection manager provides key features such as intelligent power management, local customization, over-the-air provisioning and SMS. For the tier-1 laptop manufacturers, this package is a one-stop, end-to-end solution to quickly deploy WWAN-enabled laptops across multiple carriers and technologies.

The pre-installation of Novatel Wireless' MobiLink communications software suite in leading wireless-enabled laptop lines complements the key intellectual property which Novatel Wireless has generated in the embedded module market, which consists of proprietary technology, OEM applications and key features of end-to-end systems.

Novatel Wireless has filed three patent applications and been issued two patents which pioneer the high-speed 3G broadband embedded industry. The patent applications cover a wide range of inventions in the embedded space, including (1) methodologies for automated customization and branding of WAN user interfaces, (2) inventions which relate to remotely accessing WAN enabled laptops to perform device diagnostics, security checks or remote communication tasks, and (3) methodologies for configuring and controlling the operation of embedded wide-area modules to operate in conjunction with local area network (LAN) modules.

Novatel Wireless previously announced that it has secured a patent which consists of a unified interface for modules, enabling OEMs to seamlessly interchange wireless modules to support different communication protocols and air interface standards. This reduces development time and product cost and minimizes time-to-market for OEM manufacturers. The Company was also awarded a patent that covers its innovative, embedded antenna technology. The embedded antenna design is optimized to reduce laptop noise, while maximizing received signal strength from the base station.

"The adoption of our communications software suite by tier-1 OEM customers demonstrates the advantage of Novatel Wireless' first-market-mover status and the deployment of the intellectual property we have generated to address this space. We are very pleased to be able to now provide end-to-end service to our OEM customers and leverage our first round development efforts into long term customized solutions with our OEM partners," said Peter Leparulo, chief executive officer of Novatel Wireless. "We also believe our intellectual property efforts cover key aspects of offering our embedded solutions, including radio frequency modem architectures for embedded modules, provisioning, security, and operation configuration for wireless mobile laptop computing. These initiatives give us a competitive advantage not only because of the feature sets they provide, but also because they cover key aspects of supporting embedded wireless technologies."

BigNick 05-10-06 21:01

Option riduce le stime per il terzo quarter
 
Option principale concorrente di Novatel riduce le stime per il terzo quarter

http://www.option.com/news/detail05....emgroup_id=470

Option Indicates Preliminary 3Q 2006 Revenues



Leuven, Belgium - October 5, 2006 - Option N.V. (Euronext: OPTI; OTC: OPNVY), the wireless technology company, today announced that revenues for the three-month period ending September 30, 2006 will be EUR 75+ million with net positive earnings. Although the top line results for the period will be below previous guidance, revenues for the quarter will still represent an increase of 35% compared to the EUR 55.9 million posted in the third quarter of 2005. Full-year revenue growth is now expected to be 50% compared with the previous guidance of 75%.

Wireless data cards sales, which are ahead of forecast in volume terms, are now expected to account for 89% of 2006 unit sales compared with the previous guidance of 75%.

Although significant progress has been made in the new category of non-PC data cards, the markets for embedded modules and fixed wireless are not yet growing as fast as anticipated. Current business models for embedded PC modules have yet to achieve the market breakthrough desired or expected by laptop manufacturers and their mobile carrier partners. As a result, Option expects the non-PC data card business to account for 11% of its 2006 unit sales instead of the previously forecast 25%.

However, with its established operator customer base and increasingly close ties with laptop manufacturers, the company remains in a strong position as the market develops. Option announced customer agreements for its wireless modules with Acer in February 2006 and Samsung in September 2006. At the time of the Q1 earnings release, May 4th 2006, the Company announced a design win with an undisclosed OEM and has subsequently secured a fourth design win with one of the world’s top ten laptop manufacturers.

Demand for wireless modules based on 1.8 Mbps HSDPA – a technology that only entered the market earlier this year - has also been held back by anticipation of the more advanced 3.6 Mbps version of HSDPA which offers higher bandwidth and has the potential for post-sale upgrade to 7.2 Mbps. The faster technology appeals strongly to end-users, operators and laptop manufacturers alike.

Although growth rates have been constrained in the short term, the longer term trends are positive and Option remains confident that it has the technological expertise and speed of execution to lead the market as HSDPA continues its rapid evolution: the company has already announced its first commercial “7.2 Ready” product and also has a “7.2 Ready” wireless module in test with its laptop partners.

The entire management team is focused on maintaining Option’s leading position in the wireless data market through the execution of its growth strategy based on an innovative product roadmap that is recognized globally, the “5 by 8” program and continuing the expansion of its global presence.

The announcement of the full third quarter results is scheduled for October 26, 2006.

BigNick 05-10-06 21:09

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secondo me Sierra potrebbe venire acquisita da Intel con cui collabora da anni, mentre Option e Novatel potrebbero fondersi in un unica società che controllerebbe quasi l'80% del mercato non embedded e gran parte del mercato embedded, non dimentichiamoci che AMD potrebbe scendere nell'arena per contrastare la mossa di Intel e a sua volta collaborare o addirittura acquisire (vedi ATYT) società del settore, che ne dici Dago, Fantaborsa ?

intanto torniamo all'immediato, lunedì Sprint dovrebbe comunicare la commercializzazione della scheda Novatel Merlin u720 Sprint EVDO USB, scheda chiave per il mercato PC/Mac e soprattutto compatibile anche per i desktop e non solo per i notebook, il mio ottimismo sfrenato mi porta anche a ipotizzare un rialzo delle stime per il trimestre in corso, ma questo lo scopriremo solo vivendo

bye

BigNick

non volevo dire che l'avevo detto.... però l'avevo scritto... ;)


Novatel Wireless Announces Positive Preliminary Third Quarter Results
Thursday October 5, 2:50 pm ET
Company Expects to Achieve Highest Quarterly Revenues in History

SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL - News), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today announced preliminary results for its third quarter ended September 30, 2006. Currently, the Company expects revenues to be in the range of $53 to $55 million with non-GAAP earnings per share of $0.03 to $0.04. This compares to previous guidance of $51 to $53 million in revenues and $0.02 to $0.04 non-GAAP earnings per share.

"Our third quarter results, which exceeded expectations, will reflect strong sequential and year-over-year top-line growth," said Peter Leparulo, chief executive officer of Novatel Wireless. "We currently expect highlights for the quarter as follows:

* We made significant progress by introducing four new products during the third quarter, despite a tight component market and the higher costs associated with new product introductions.
* We achieved significant growth in embedded module sales, representing approximately 15% of total revenues in the third quarter, and began shipments of our fixed-mobile convergence products which we expect to ramp steadily in the fourth quarter, which together led to approximately 20% of non-PC card revenues.
* We expect HSDPA revenue to increase sequentially by over 40%, largely as a result of our ExpressCard and embedded strategy in Europe."

The Company will release its full third quarter results on Tuesday, October 24, 2006 after market close.

proteone 05-10-06 21:12

Montagne russe :)

BigNick 05-10-06 21:25

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Montagne russe :)

va beh se non sale nemmeno su una revisione delle stime al rialzo allora non sò più cosa pensare... :rolleyes:

proteone 05-10-06 21:27

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va beh se non sale nemmeno su una revisione delle stime al rialzo allora non sò più cosa pensare... :rolleyes:

Mi hai levato le parole di bocca.
Questo titolo è davvero pilotato alla grande :(

BigNick 05-10-06 21:32

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Mi hai levato le parole di bocca.
Questo titolo è davvero pilotato alla grande :(

è salita Sierra sull'annuncio di Novatel, non ho parole :wall:

BigNick 06-10-06 20:56

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Ovation™ MCD3000 3.1 USB Modem - EV-DO Rev A Networks


The Ovation MCD3000 is the first commercially available EV-DO Rev A* USB modem available to the operators and OEM manufacturers. This device, on the cutting edge of CDMA technology, offers its users long awaited broadband-like speeds of up to 3.1 Mbps*. (Carrier dependent)

The MCD3000 EV-DO modem is based on the USB standard that is available in every laptop, desktop, and tablet PC that is manufactured. As the notebook world of today migrates toward new standards, the MCD3000 gives users the capability of using the modem through their USB port.

It has an advanced dual band diversity antenna system design that incorporates an external flip antenna, maximizing data speed performance and allowing for stronger network signal reception.

The MobiLinkTM Connection Manager leads the user through an easy-to-use setup guide and an integrated status indicator light displays status.

Key Features
-Supports EV-DO Revision A Networks (backwards compatible to Rev 0 and 1xRTT) CDMA 800 MHz and CDMA 1900 MHz.
-GPS Capability allows you to retrieve location data from GPS satellites and utilize GPS navigation and location-based applications.
-Transmits wireless data at speeds up to 3.1 Mbps on the downlink and up to 1.8 Mbps on the uplink on EV-DO Rev A’ capable networks
-2 Antennas
Flip-up
Embedded diversity (receive) antenna

-Supports Windows XP, 2000, Vista and Mac OS X
-Service State LED displays performance of device
-Field firmware upgradeable


Key Benefits

-Easy-to-install software
-Large data files can be sent and received more quickly
-Plug-and-play
-Secure internet access
-Dependable, reliable product

BigNick 10-10-06 20:17

Merlin XU870 Review
 
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http://www.mobile01.com/newsdetail.php?id=2789

l'unico problema è che è di difficile interpretazione :D

comunque ci sono delle belle foto :)

BigNick 11-10-06 19:53

http://investor.novatelwireless.com/...leaseID=214142

Novatel Wireless Announces Commercial Availability of Industry's First HSDPA ExpressCard
ExpressCard Supports Data Speeds up to 7.2 Mbps with Worldwide Roaming

SAN DIEGO, Oct 11, 2006 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq:NVTL), a leading provider of wireless broadband access solutions, today announced that it has begun commercial shipments of its Merlin(TM) XU870 ExpressCard to leading HSDPA and UMTS carriers worldwide. Designed to operate on both North American and European HSDPA networks, the Merlin XU870 ExpressCard is the first commercially available HSDPA ExpressCard. Initial shipments began in the third quarter to leading carriers in several countries, including Germany, Austria, Spain, Portugal and New Zealand. The Company expects to continue rollouts with both carriers and laptop manufacturers through the end of the year.

"We continue to move aggressively to meet our customers' evolving needs and are demonstrating our leadership position as the only mobile broadband solutions leader with commercial WWAN ExpressCard products on the market," said Rob Hadley, senior vice president of worldwide sales and marketing of Novatel Wireless. "With the introduction of the Merlin XU870 ExpressCard, we now have ExpressCards for both EV-DO and HSDPA networks, serving a fast-growing and unserved market of laptop models that incorporate only ExpressCard slots or both PCMCIA a